The Benefits of Franchise Ownership for Veterans

By Josh Emison As seen by the steady decline in post-separation veteran unemployment, civilian companies are more likely than ever to appreciate a veteran’s experience and training. However, research shows that 43% of veterans leave their first civilian job within their Continue reading

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Resources to Check Out Before Starting Your Own Business

There are many resources offered by government agencies and non-profits to assist veterans in establishing their own business or acquiring a franchise. Leveraging this assistance can increase your probability of success. Classifields is a great tool to be able to Continue reading

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Some Veterans Transition to an Employee Status and Others Take the Entrepreneurial Road. And You?

By Marc Mendelman Transitioning to civilian life is like starting things from scratch again. You are uncertain of what path to choose and, most of all, what opportunities you have at your disposal. Let us make it easier for you Continue reading

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Self-Employment Guide for Veterans and Middle-Aged Dropouts

By Alexander Muller When you are a part of any corporation, it is not easy to re-incorporate yourself into the non-corporative world once you decide to leave that very entity. The process becomes even more difficult if the corporation you Continue reading

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Be Your Own Boss: Franchising Resources

For transitioning military members who are considering an entrepreneurial career, franchise ownership could be a good fit. “Veterans have many of the skill sets that franchisors are seeking. There are more than 500 franchise companies that offer financial incentives to Continue reading

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Start Your Veteran-Owned Business

Many of the skills and personal qualities that are acquired from military service, such as patience, drive, perseverance, sacrifice, problem solving, and handling adversity, are all well-suited for becoming a successful entrepreneur. You may have little or no business experience, Continue reading

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