Every war has produced so-called "ticking time bombs." Like most ordnance, they tend to lose their potency over time. This strikes me as another effort to stigmatize veterans.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is hosting a National Veterans Small Business Engagement event in Atlanta in December; Legion reps will be on hand to promote the organization's training and services to veteran small business owners.
Susan W. Solovic, a small business expert, educates veterans on how to successfully establish a small business.
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For veteran business-owners, most basic assistance needs are free. Learn how to access and utilize them.
Legion business conferences provide unique networking opportunities to veteran business owners, free of charge.
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If your company passed on the chance to compete, it might be time to consider teaming.
Identify your company as a veteran-owned business to stand out from the rest of the pack.
Veterans can take advantage of a free opportunity to achieve success amid tax-time woes.
Recent legislation increasing veterans' ability to win federal contracts will open doors for veteran business owners.