“Entrepreneurship says to me that I have freedom to do what I want in a way that I want.” Introducing the June 2018 Vetrepreneur of the Month, Faith Leibman from Foxhole! Read more of her story by clicking below.
“The mission-oriented mentality from my military training been really valuable to me as an entrepreneur. It makes me a very committed person to identify and go after a goal, even when it’s something that other people might see as crazy or risky or out of the ordinary.”
- Thomas Cavett, U.S. Army Special Forces, CEO of POWTI Innovations
“My military training is just a part of me. It's my foundation. I went from high school straight into the Naval Academy, so everything I learned there, from the discipline to the approach to the attention to detail just get woven into your fabric. Everything I learned in the military has really been an asset to me, and helped me as I moved up in the corporate world."
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“I think the military brings a perspective to business that most civilians don’t have. It has been really amazing to see the kinds of things that veteran entrepreneurs are accomplishing today.” - Al Mazzone, Vietnam Veteran and Chairman of Horn & Hardart Coffee
“I am always surprised at how many women come to us not knowing what they have earned through their service. We are more than happy to invite them to all of the resources that they are entitled to as veterans in this country.” - Anna Stormer, WVC Coordinator
"It's inspiring to have Bunker focused on helping veterans succeed in business. I'm so happy that someone’s tackling that area and helping these people succeed and bringing them all together. There’s strength in networking and helping each other. "