VetLikeMe, edition 4.6, March 7, 2014

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VLM Weekly “SDVOSB News” March 7, 2014

 

‘Operation Ranger Up’ Launched to Continue Funding Veteran Entrepreneurs

Ranger UpA trend-setting lifestyle brand and veteran-owned company, Ranger Up, announces the next phase of its successful veteran entrepreneurship program that seeks new candidates and increased funding.


 

vets14LogoVETS is focused on one thing—the success of your Veteran-owned Small Business.

Created by Veterans for Veterans, VETS connects you with Federal agencies, prime contractors, and other business owners, who can help you find work in the Federal marketplace.


 

Small Business Loans: 3 Tips for Veterans





military-veteranWhen military veterans return home from their service, one of the first decisions they have to make is what career path they want to pursue as a civilian.

http://www.veteranownedbusiness.com/business/17702/delaware-center-for-homeless-veterans-inc


 

Veteran-Owned-Business-LogoUF Veterans Entrepreneurship Program to help veterans launch, grow businesses
To honor military veterans who made sacrifices for the U.S., UF is turning the tables and making a few sacrifices for them.
The Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is hosting the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program to help veterans with disabilities start businesses for free.

http://warrington.ufl.edu/centers/cei/vep/


 

walmartfeature 304Veteran-owned tech businesses to open in local Walmarts

A Lima company has secured permission to open several electronics stores inside Dayton-area Walmarts, and now it’s seek local veterans to operate them.


 

Senate Republicans Block Veterans Bill

Thursday, February 27, 2014

http://www.sanders.senate.gov/newsroom/recent-business/senate-republicans-block-veterans-bill


 

Core Entrepreneurship Program Objectives

The VetToCEO core program is an eight-week program. This means that you’ll join a group of fellow qualified veterans and active duty military who are either exploring entrepreneurship as a career path choice or aggressively completing their business plan.

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Hardy Stone is the editor/publisher of VetLikeMe, the nation’s only publication devoted to service disabled veteran owned business.
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