We'll try again this Summer
We've melted it down and reformatted it to be a two-hour "stick your toe in the water" introduction rather than a long "how-to" instruction guide! Our shorter workshop is still very entertaining and informative but is now like the appetizer for the full course meal the SBA and other organizations offer, so come see if this is an idea worth pursuing!
6:30-8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Meridian (behind City Hall). Cost is $20 to help pay for our printer ink!. Register HERE
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Workshop Sneak Peek
The most critical marketing decision you'll ever make for your business is choosing a business name. It should be short, easy to remember and tell what you do. Examples: Jiffy Lube, Sweet N Low, Baby Wipes, Tates Rents.
Share with Us
- How did your military training and experience help you launch and grow a business?
- What was the greatest hurdle you encountered in starting a business and how did you overcome it?
- Did you bootstrap your start-up or did you borrow money and what path would you suggest to new vetrepreneurs?
- What one thing would you have done differently in starting your business?
The Warrior Project
The Veteran's Business Blueprint
The Warrior Project provides a blueprint for veterans thinking of starting a business and focuses on using skills learned during their military career.
Our experiences dealing with uncertainty and risk in the military directly impacted our ability to deal with these constants in the entrepreneurial world. Founded 2015 in Arlington, VA, 9 employees
I saw that many Marines struggling to transition to the civilian job market, despite having incredible skills and experience that were in high demand. Hirepurpose grew out of that experience marketing and evaluating talent for special operations. Founded 2014 in NYC, 12 employees
Military service prepared me for the complexities and turbulence entrepreneurs encounter when building a business from the ground up. Founded in 2012 in Baltimore, MD, 65 employees
Schedule a Workshop in your AO!
An organization such as the SBA, VFW, church, etc. are required to act as liaison to:
- sponsor the event
- secure a place to hold it, including seating
- provide food (beverages, snacks and lunch) for the workshop
- provide nearby hotel/motel lodging for the speaker and transportation to/from the event if more than a 3-hour drive from Boise
New protections for servicemembers and veterans alert
In May 2018, new protections for servicemembers and veterans were signed into law. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Bureau previously highlighted the new federal law that went into effect on September 21, 2018 requiring free security freezes and one year fraud alerts at the three nationwide credit reporting agencies (CRAs).
We already have a small business, but gained a great deal of information to grow our business - the rights and wrongs and many resources to go to.
This program will benefit both veterans looking to start a business or have a business that needs a boost.