The Need To Support Veteran Entrepreneurship
After World War II, 49 percent of veterans went on to start and own their own businesses, according to the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University. Today, 25 percent of active duty express an interest in starting and owning their own business, yet only 4.5 percent of post-9/11 veterans have started a business. How has this spirit of entrepreneurship been lost among veterans? “Entrepreneurs need thriving networks,” said Maria Meyers founder and director of U.S.SourceLink. “It’s simple: The more contacts entrepreneurs can make in the early life of their companies, the greater their chance for success.”
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