Andrew Glaze

Despite veterans being 45% more likely to start a business than nonveterans, veteran-owned businesses accounted for only 5.9% of U.S. businesses in 2018.

Our nation’s veterans are experienced, disciplined and highly skilled, making them natural entrepreneurs. Many, however, face challenges transitioning back to civilian life and may not have access to the right resources or networks on the path to becoming a veteran business owner.

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