- National Veterans Small Business Week running Nov. 1-5
- 33 events, mostly online, provide information on business fundamentals and veteran-oriented resources
- Occasion is geared to both active duty service members and veterans, as well as military spouses and National Guard and Reserve members
Summary by Dirk Langeveld
The U.S. Small Business Administration will host nearly three dozen events next month as part of its annual National Veterans Small Business Week.
The occasion, running Nov. 1-5, helps provide support to entrepreneurs who are active duty service members and veterans, as well as military spouses and National Guard and Reserve members. During the week, these entrepreneurs can attend events to learn more about business topics and the resources available to veteran entrepreneurs.
The SBA lists 33 events taking place during the week, most of which are online webinars. Some focus on business fundamentals, such as developing a business plan, financial strategy, or marketing campaign. Others are geared more toward veterans, including how to access federal surplus property, doing business with the Veterans Administration and veterans’ verification, and veteran-oriented small business programs.
A full list of events is available here.