SBA district offices and resource partners across the U.S. will host local events including Boots to Business and Boots to Business: Reboot, webinars, and workshops on access to capital, federal procurement, and entrepreneurial development. In addition to local National Veterans Small Business Week events, SBA is hosting live streamed events and a webinar:
During National Veterans Small Business Week, and going forward, share your small business success story or show your appreciation for veteran entrepreneurs by joining the conversation online using the hashtag #MyVetBiz.
Celebrate this National Veterans Small Business Week by visiting www.sba.gov/myvetbiz to learn more about local events, entrepreneurial training courses and resources available to support your entrepreneurship success.
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