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Veteran Owned Business Round Table Names Honda Purchasing Senior VP, Tom Lake, as President of Corporate Advisory Board

Board appointment of Tom Lake, Senior Vice President of Purchasing at Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Lake will assume the role of President for the Corporate Advisory Board.

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Veteran Owned Business Round Table Appoints FCA US Representative, Sig Huber, as “Honorary Chairman”

Partnership strengthens FCA US engagement with veteran owned businesses by creating more procurement and learning and development opportunities.

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Veteran Owned Business Round Table Takes Two at the Corp!Magazine Diversity Awards

The celebration continues as the Veteran Owned Business Round Table (VOBRT) displays its two-time salute to achievements in Diversity and Inclusion within its organization and greater community.

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Interview with Leon Richardson, CEO, ChemicoMays | Veteran Owned Business

Interview with Leon Richardson, Chairman, CEO & President of ChemicoMays, a CVE verified Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) at the Michigan Minority Procurement Conference at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan on Thursday, May 10, 2018

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Monday Morning Contracting Tips | Congressional Update

Many of my Monday Morning Contracting Tips focus on “The How” (how to do business with the government) I’d like to adjust this Monday Morning Contracting Tip to share information on some Congressional Update. I think it’s important that we also keep up with what our administration is doing and its rulings as it relates to Government Contracting.

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The Veterans Administration Announcing Faster Claims Decisions With The New DRC Program!

Still haven’t filed your VA disability compensation claim? Make sure you file it through the new Decision Ready Claim (DRC) Program. With DRC, you can get a decision on your claim in 30 days or less.

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Entrepreneurship in the Veteran Community: 5 Things to Know Before Starting Your Own Business

startupAs a military soldier, you have been part of one of the finest organizations that the world has ever known and your training, resolve, preparation and execution trained you to be battlefield ready. Now you want to embark upon the endeavor of joining other veteran owned businesses (VOB) in starting your own business. Here are 5 excellent tips you need to know before you launch your VOB.

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Resources for Veteran Owned Businesses in Michigan

resourcesCongratulations, you have successfully developed your veteran owned business thanks to the carefully calibrated Veteran Owned Business Roundtable’s (VOBRT) business development training techniques modules, webinars, and one-on-one business expert sessions. Now you are prepared to compete in the state of Michigan business contracting arena. Here is some valuable veteran owned business (VOB) resources that will give these businesses the upper hand on securing those contracts.

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Understanding the Veterans Benefit Act of 2003

benefitsThe country, through the US Senate, has been slowly working towards improving the conditions of veterans and offering them opportunities to integrate back into society. The Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 was a law passed by the US Senate to amend title 38 of the United States Code. The purpose of this amendment was to improve the benefits that were to be offered to veterans under the laws of the department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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Marketing Versus Advertising Your Veteran Owned Business to Decision Makers

marketing vs advertisingThe growth of your veteran owned business can be dramatically enhanced by implementing a marketing and advertising campaign. You have learned some very valuable business development techniques from your Veteran Owned Business Roundtable (VOBRT) seminars, and one-on-one mentoring sessions. Here are some valuable tips on how to understand why marketing and advertising differ in how you promote your veteran owned business to decision makers.

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