Veterans

News and Articles About Veterans

The Dos and Don'ts of Starting a Purpose-Driven Business
Philanthropy

The Dos and Don'ts of Starting a Purpose-Driven Business

Have a cause you care passionately about? Make it part of your company mission.
David Herzka
5 Tips for Veterans Thinking About Starting a Business
Veterans

5 Tips for Veterans Thinking About Starting a Business

Military service is good preparation for the stamina and problem-solving required to be a successful entrepreneur.
David Shutler
Why This MMA Startup Honors Its Military Fanbase
Sports Businesses

Why This MMA Startup Honors Its Military Fanbase

The founder and CEO of Fighters' Source also shares business lessons from the fight cage.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
A Franchise That Develops Leaders Was Just What This Military Veteran Was Looking For
Franchise Players

A Franchise That Develops Leaders Was Just What This Military Veteran Was Looking For

Tutor Doctor has the structure and strong support team that appealed to a 22-year Navy duty officer.
Joan Oleck
These 10 Brands Make It Easier for Veterans to Become Franchisees
Franchises

These 10 Brands Make It Easier for Veterans to Become Franchisees

Vets deserve special consideration this Memorial Day. In the entrepreneurial world, certain franchisors haven't forgotten that.
David Nilssen
5 Things Veterans Should Know to Start a Technology Business
Veterans

5 Things Veterans Should Know to Start a Technology Business

Veterans are well prepared to launch the next great startup. Many just need the right help to do so.
Peter Gasca
What Two Years in the Israeli Army Taught Me About Leadership
Leadership

What Two Years in the Israeli Army Taught Me About Leadership

A CEO underwent some tough training on his way to "take that hill."
Dan Schoenbaum
Why Veterans and Civilian Employers Have So Much Trouble Communicating
Veterans

Why Veterans and Civilian Employers Have So Much Trouble Communicating

Vets are eager to work and the private sector admires their service but cultural differences make the process surprisingly difficult.
Lida Citroën
How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise
Franchise Players

How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise

Not even 30 years old, Daniel Kemelman has brought skills from his time in the National Guard into his Bareburger restaurant.
Carly Okyle
6 Traits of Exceptional Military Leaders That Apply in the Business World
Leadership

6 Traits of Exceptional Military Leaders That Apply in the Business World

A CEO of a frozen yogurt company describes how his experience in the military shared his leadership style.
Amit Kleinberger
5 Key Lessons Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From 'Unbroken' Louis Zamperini
Lessons

5 Key Lessons Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From 'Unbroken' Louis Zamperini

You've read the book or seen the film, now apply the wisdom of this true story of persistence and overcoming all odds to your endeavors.
Adam Toren
How This Former Councilwoman Is Helping Vets and the Homeless Find Jobs
Job Creation

How This Former Councilwoman Is Helping Vets and the Homeless Find Jobs

A Los Angeles civil servant explains the challenges related to the work force today.
Lambeth Hochwald
A Globe-Trotting Veteran Takes on the Home Inspection Business
Franchise Players

A Globe-Trotting Veteran Takes on the Home Inspection Business

After serving in the U.S. Army in Japan, South Korea and Afghanistan, Vincent Stoakley retired from active duty to become a home inspection franchisee.
Kate Taylor
10 Things Entrepreneurs and Military Pilots Have in Common
Military

10 Things Entrepreneurs and Military Pilots Have in Common

A startup founder shares the lessons he learned while serving as a helicopter pilot.
Ron Yekutiel