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Give Me 5: Women Veteran Entrepreneurs (Part 1)

Give Me 5: Women Veteran Entrepreneurs: Understanding Our Market-The Data, Challenges and Purpose

When: Monday, November 27, 2017
2:00 eastern / 1:00 central / 11:00 pacific
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Lin Stuart

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Give Me 5: Women Veteran Entrepreneurs



Guest Speaker: Erica Courtney, President / CEO, 2020Vet

2:00 eastern / 1:00 central / 11:00 pacific


Mon 11/27/2017

Understanding Our Market-The Data, Challenges and Purpose


Are you a woman veteran entrepreneur or thinking about it? What do you know about our community in terms of advantages and disadvantages we face as a group? How can you capitalize on your status as well as overcome barriers? This is a great time to be a woman veteran entrepreneur as we are the fastest growing segment by an astonishing 296% due in part to:


· a slight increase in women veterans

· 40% of veterans are going into business for themselves as compared to the 10% Vietnam era entrepreneurs

· positive legislative changes, demand for third party corporate certification

· more resources in terms of capital, education and counselling are available


However, we face unique challenges that our male veteran counterparts and female business owners do not. Register today to learn the advantages and challenges that women veteran entrepreneurs face and positive opportunities that await them



Mon 12/04/2017

Understanding Resources Available to You, Decoding the Certification Game and ‘Fast-Tracking’ You Towards Success


If you are a women veteran business owner it is pretty safe to say that you have seen some of the federal or corporate funded training programs available to you. Which are worth your time? As a group we are highly educated, and statistics show we hold more advanced degrees than any other business group demographic. Do we really need more canned basic business courses that don’t capitalize on our strengths and understand us as a community? Often what is missing is peer-peer mentorship.


We as women veteran’s are used to tough talk, being mission focused and understand how to overcome adversity. Through entrepreneurship, you have continued purpose; but you must be able to translate your military story into civilian speak and own that power of being a veteran. Register today to learn the tools available to women veteran entrepreneurs, and participate in powerful peer-peer support. Get that fire in your belly, own your story, and Lead from the Front!







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