Opportunities for Veteran Entrepreneurs in the Federal Marketplace
Dixon Center for Military & Veterans Services, Service Before Self, a podcast that tackles the evolving needs of veterans and their families, based on the belief that veterans can succeed in the community where they live. Listen to Veterans Helping Veterans Become Entrepreneurs with Colonel (Ret., USMC) Scott Jensen, Executive Director, National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC). NVSBC provides nationally recognized training, networking, and advocacy for veteran small business entrepreneurs in the federal market to ensure they are procurement ready and have enhanced access to opportunities to start, operate, sustain, and grow competitive and strong businesses serving Federal agencies and other government contractors.
In this episode, your host, Retired Army Colonel Sam Whitehurst, Dixon Center Vice President of Programs & Services, and Scott, discuss the opportunities available in the $30 billion a year in federal contracting that is set aside for veteran small business owners. Scott shares insights on keys to successfully navigating the federal marketplace and how NVSBC is a true partner in assisting veteran entrepreneurs through mentorship, training, and networking. As Scott puts it, “NVSBC is veterans helping veterans become small business owners!”Subscribe To/Follow Service Before Self Podcast
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