The Disabled Veteran Business Alliance is proud to partner with these organizations to expand the network of veteran business owner outreach. Together, we strive to give veteran business owners the resources they need to be successful. Please visit our partners’ websites to learn more about what each organization can do for you.
U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) targets transitioning service members, service-disabled veterans, veteran business owners and their spouses and families. With our 25-year history in diversity, we are the link between the employment business and supplier opportunities for veterans, transitioning service members, disabled veterans and veteran business owners within the Federal Government as well as Corporate America. Our mission is to make sure that as many veterans receive this information as possible as a thank you for their service, support, and loyalty; we provide USVM FREE to all veterans. USVM is published by DiversityComm along with 5 other publications; Black EOE Journal, Hispanic Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine. Our mission is to promote the advancement of all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity.
OpVet – OpVet is an essential business resource for immediate download/reading for every vetrepreneur and veteran business owner. It is specifically dedicated to “real world” best business practices and business financing access/acumen. OpVet also provides an unprecedented coalition of “Resources, Tools, Providers for Real World Enterprise Successes”
VBOC – VBOC’s mission is to advance the growth and commercial competitiveness of veteran owned small business enterprises through education and services focusing on business development, technology deployment and e-commerce. (Link goes to VBOC Region IX which serves Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, and Nevada. To find your regional VBOC office, click here)
SBDC – Small Business Development Centers provide assistance to small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs throughout the United States and its territories. SBDCs help entrepreneurs realize the dream of business ownership and help existing businesses remain competitive in a complex, ever-changing global marketplace. SBDCs are hosted by leading universities and state economic development agencies, and funded in part through a partnership with SBA.
APTAC – APTAC is the professional organization of and for DLA-funded Procurement Technical Assistance Programs. APTAC supports the PTACs by providing them important information, professional networking, comprehensive training opportunities and a voice in national government contracting assistance and policy arenas.
NVBDC – The National Veteran Business Development Council was created for the purpose of providing a credible and reliable certifying authority that would ensure that valid documentation exists of a business’ Veteran ownership and control. The NVBDC is the only third party Veteran Owned Business Certification program in the United States and is organized as a 501c3 not for profit foundation.
Vet Like Me – A national news publication for U.S. Veteran-Owned Businesses. Hardy Stone, Founder and Editor.