News and Articles About Veterans
Brian Steorts is the owner of a veteran-run business called Flags of Valor. Here, he shares how working with "America's best" is an entrepreneurial privilege.
Military talents can transfer well to guiding a team through the challenges of starting and running a small business.
More veterans are embracing their entrepreneurial side. Check out these facts and figures.
New York Times bestselling author, Navy SEAL and editor of SOFREP.com Brandon Webb shares the best business advice he ever received.
On the worst day of his life, Dakota Meyer lost four of his best friends. Here is how he was able to carry on by honoring their lives.
On the worst day of his life, this Marine 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.
At 38, Warren De Stefano said goodbye to newspapers and hello to a unique gym franchise, helping disabled military veterans along the way.
The ousted charity leaders never provided the structures and controls needed to be protectors of the generosity coming their way.
Greg Kingsbury of Arizona is thriving as a franchisee with Better Deal Printing, a company uniquely positioned to give back to the veteran community.
Military service imbues people with the values employers prize but getting vets to talk about themselves is often a challenge.
Skills honed during military service transfer naturally to franchise ownership.
Budget Blinds offers a soft landing for transitioning veterans.
Bill Lesswing worked as a PIRTEK employee for over a decade, and now he's transitioning to a franchisee as he opens the company's first Tennessee location.
Michael O'Neill runs his JDog Junk Removal and Hauling franchise in accordance with the Soldier's Creed.