Veterans, community, and businesses benefit as Fifth Third Bank Foundation grants $25,000 to VDLC, a local support group supporting veteran-owned businesses. Non-profit charitable organization Veteran Development and Leadership Corporation (VDLC) is the recipient of a $25,000 grant awarded by the Fifth Third Bank Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
Veteran Owned Business | Interview with CEO Leon Richardson ChemicoMays
Executive Director of the VOBRT, Peter Vazquez, Interviews 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
Marketing Versus Advertising Your Veteran Owned Business to Decision Makers
The 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.
4 Reasons to Develop/Mentor a Veteran Owned Business
For many potential Veteran Owned Business owners, creating a business and being successful at it may seem like climbing a mountain. But fortunately for these entrepreneurs Veteran Owned Business Roundtable (VOBRT) has developed an excellent program that makes the destination to business success achievable. They accomplish this by utilizing innovative techniques and programs which successfully develop/mentor a veteran owned business.
When Is the Right Time to Expand Your Veteran Owned Business?
As a veteran owned business, you deserve to be very proud of your accomplishment and success. Certainly, Veteran Owned Business Roundtable (VOBRT) considers the improvement you have made by taking full advantage of the strategic webinars, online meetings, one-on-one and regulatory processes sessions contributed to your winning formula. Now you are considering expansion. Here are some very valuable tips to consider as you begin your evaluation process to expand.
5 Key tips for Finding VOB’s and SDVOSB’s
5 Key tips for Finding VOBs and SDVOBs
From the battlefield to the boardroom, more veterans are venturing into the corporate world in order to start businesses. VOBs and SDVOBs are among the most successful start-ups due to the resilience and excellent leadership skills of their owners. As a result, more customers and corporations are seeking out the services of VOBs and SDVOBs.
Free Resources for Marketing Your Veteran Owned Business
You have taken the first important step in your post-military career in joining the world of veteran owned businesses. Now you can use those finely developed skills you learned in the service and apply them in the business world. In order to reach that successful destination, you will need to develop marketing strategies that will give you the strategic advantage needed. Here are some excellent free resources that will allow you to achieve business success.