Our mission is to help facilitate collaborations between veteran-owned small businesses, providing a gateway
for entrepreneurs to access resources, programs, funding and more.

  1. Combat Veterans with PTSD: Stigma or Solution to an Enigma?

    Everyone seems to want to help Combat Veterans who through necessity and sometimes via a stigma are drawn to self-employment via franchising and small business entrepreneurship. A problem however is there are so many educational efforts, government initiatives with a plethora of different small business service providers and multiple nonprofit...
  2. VBS seeks support for its VA Self-Employment Pilot

    VBS seeks support for its VA Self-Employment Pilot  to help build the  small business dreams for those that have borne the battle. Since the beginning of 2012 I have been working to prove out a self-funding business model for use by aspiring Service Disabled Veteran entrepreneurs (SDVs), especially those with...
  3. A One Man NGO stands out

    The George W. Bush Institute Summit explores best practices of NGOs seeking to help transitioning veterans: Today more than 45,000 Non-Government  Organizations (NGOs) serve  U.S. military veterans and their families. Some of these non-profits have long traditions of caring for members of the military, while others are just getting started....