The entrepreneurial spirit that some veterans exhibit and the knowledge and skills that they have gathered during their military service brings a different perspective to owning a business.
Finding work has been a challenge for many Americans in the past few years, and United States military veterans haven’t been immune to difficult job searches. In particular, male veterans under 25 returning home face an unemployment rate of over 24%.
successEarlier this year, James Stephenson produced a list of 25 common characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. We’ve seen entrepreneurs work hard to get great at all of these and know what a big impact there can be with advisors, coaches, consultants, and experts available to support you and your business. Here are four important areas in which all business owners can continue to develop and grow.
Many small businesses owners have a goal of contributing to their communities when they launch their businesses. It can be challenging to find the time and resources to make giving back a priority.
Katie Burke at the San Francisco Business Times recently compiled a list of six changes that impact small business owners in San Francisco in an excellent article. This is critical information that will also impact Oakland-based businesses in 2015. You can read the full article for additional details.