If you've served, these franchises are eager to help you launch a new business.
Women Veterans Are More Than Twice As Likely to Be Unemployed 6 Months After Their Service Than Men. Here's How 'Call of Duty' Is Working to Change That -- and How You Can Help, Too.
Dan Goldenberg, Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment, explains the crisis of veteran underemployment and unemployment and explains what we can all do to help.
As a past military leader myself, many of the biggest lessons I've learned about employee wellbeing come from my time in the army. Today, I'll share them with you.
Discover how veterans' leadership skills and understanding of teamwork uniquely sets them up for financial success. Register now →
This Jeremiah's Ice Owner Started a Program to Help First Responders, Veterans and Law Enforcement Officers Navigate Franchising
Christopher Harvey wanted to pass on some of his hard-won knowledge, so he started Franchising for Heroes.
The skills they developed in the military are highly transferrable to the civilian sector.
On the worst day of his life, Dakota Meyer lost four of his best friends on the field of battle. Here is how he was able to change his life, and the lives of many, by honoring their memory.
After 2 Failed Businesses, This Founder Saw the Value in Junk and Built a 260-Unit Franchise Fueled by Veterans
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling founder Jerry Flanagan built his massively successful franchise around the veteran experience in a two-fold strategy that appeals to customers and strengthens the franchise.
Many veterans don't know what they're looking for in private-sector jobs, let alone long-term careers, and that's one area where startups can lend them additional support.
Sergeant (Retired) David Kendrick discusses his drive to help veterans struggling with mental health issues.
Stem-cell therapy, optimizing hormone levels as part of protocols focused on reducing neuroinflammation, reveals exceptional potential to treat TBI, CTE and PTSD.
He is believed to be the last living person in Frederick County, Maryland who invaded Normandy on D-Day.
With many companies at least temporarily remote, you need to put your best foot forward digitally.
A new study shows how veterans are uniquely equipped to handle the risks and obstacles that face small business owners.
After serving in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, Andrew Weins applied his military mindset to getting his business off the ground.