In the fast-paced, attractive world of veteran-owned startups, many founders are quick to lose sight of the nuts and bolts that enable a business to function properly. Often blinded by a shiny new gadget or anxious to spend marketing dollars to attract their first customers, some founders sabotage the solid accounting foundation necessary to build a sound and functioning business.
Housing for active-duty military servicemembers has always been a struggle for both a military installation and its servicemembers. Often, the waiting list at some posts for on-base housing stretches from months to years, depending on the location.
Servicemembers can greatly increase their chances of a successful transition to a civilian career by networking.
Of the roughly 250,000 servicemembers who transition out of the military each year, one in three veterans end up taking jobs well below their skill level.
Imagine a product linked to some of the most pivotal and important events in American history. Now imagine an America without that product. American whiskey has played a distinct role in nearly every major historical event in North America for the better part of 300 years.
It was only recently that LifeFlip Media, a PR, and media firm focused on the “Warrior Class.” appeared on my radar scope. In October of 2017, I gave a speech about content marketing at the Military Influencer Conference in Dallas, Texas.
Ecommerce is booming. By 2021, global ecommerce sales will reach $4.5 trillion, a staggering threefold increase from 2014.
Imagine this: You have conceived a solution to a problem that millions of Americans are having. Your education, experience and military background converge to make this the right time to “go loud” with your startup company.