Happy New Year! You did it – the year 2020 threw a lot of curve balls your way and maybe you were able to pivot or maybe you’re starting from scratch. What do you have planned for the year ahead?
If you’re a service member, veteran, or military spouse interested in owning a small business, now could be a great time to get started. At the SBA, we recognize that the last several months have been challenging for our nation’s small businesses. The good news is this new environment has also opened up opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs to get creative and tap into new markets.
Here are a few resources to help you build a strong foundation for your veteran-owned small business in the new year:
If we’re not already, the SBA wants to be on your team this year. With over 14,000 business advisors in over 1,300 locations, our nationwide resource partner network is here and ready to help you launch your next business venture.
For more tips and resources to help you build the foundation for your veteran-owned small business in 2021, visit http://bit.ly/Jan21VetBiz1.
SBA’s top priority is to continue to support the small business community, including the military and veteran small business community, through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit sba.gov/coronavirus for information.
This blog was originally written by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Veterans Business Development.