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Statistically, veteran owned small businesses have a higher rate of success than those run by non-veterans. Small businesses
This workshop deals with all the major issues of self-employment. One also touches on how the Internet can be used as an important tool to develop and expand your business. Veterans are given the opportunity to work directly with a business counselor.
In this class, veterans are given assistance in assessing their entrepreneurial needs and requirements.
Veterans are assisted with the development and maintenance of a five-year business plan. The business plan will give a complete picture of the business overall, including the legal formation, equipment requirements and their costs, the organizational structure, the strategic plan, market analysis and in depth financial plans the include financial and budget projections as well as funding requirements. The business plan will serve as a solid foundation for the organization.
During this workshop, the strengths and weaknesses of your business plan will be evaluated so any necessary changes can be made to the strategic plan that will increase the probability of success for your business.
These courses are designed specifically to touch on the needs and concerns of the service-disabled veteran entrepreneur.
This is a unique service where a member of the Veterans Business Outreach Center will make an onsite visit to veteran owned businesses to assess whether the business plans are being followed and producing the desired results and suggest any revisions that would be of benefit to make to the business plan to achieve greater success.
Other business development services offered through the Veterans Business Outreach Centers are assistance and training in the areas such as international trade, franchising, Internet marketing, accounting as well as other similar types of courses.
When starting a small business, it is common practice to apply for a Small Business Association loan to help cover startup costs and get the company going. One alternative eligible veteran entrepreneurs have is to consider seeking a Patriot Express Loan. These loans are specifically designated financing with enhanced guaranty and lower interest rates for qualified veterans. In order to be eligible for a Patriot Express Loan you must meet the Small Business Administration eligibility rules and the business must be owned and controlled, 51% or more, by eligible veterans or members of the military community. The following are considered eligible military community members:
The Small Business Administration offers assistance in many aspects of business development. They provide help with services ranging from loaning funds, providing advice on how to sell goods and services to the government and business counseling to offering free or low-cost online training. Financing through the Small Business Administration can be used for the following purposes:
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