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Veterans’ Business Outreach Center (VBOC)


Office of Entrepreneurial Development

VBOC’s mission is to help create, develop and retain veteran owned small business enterprises. The program is funded by the Small Business Administration to serve as a clearinghouse of business and technical assistance for those veterans interested in starting or expanding a business.

Eligibility: All Veteran and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses.

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Tags: Veteran, Counseling, Marketing, Process Improvements, Training or Mentoring, Pre-Startup, Startup, Established, No Employees, Small/Medium (1-500 employees)

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