Business Boot Camp: Putting Veterans in Business


Putting Veterans in Business

Business Opportunities Available to Veterans

FranNet understands the value of a veteran.  We understand the value you brought to the battlefield, and the value you can bring to business.   You were the backbone of America in the military, and we want to help you become the backbone of the American economy as a small business owner.

John Blair, director of marketing and PR for FranNet, will walk you through the one-hour webinar to help you understand the unique business opportunities available to you as a veteran.  Initiatives, funding and businesses that will help you achieve financial and personal freedoms.  As a veteran, you have a special skill set that makes you extremely attractive to franchised businesses – and the place to get your start is right here.

During the webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Options for going into business.
  • A look at franchise ownership
  • Veteran programs
  • Myths and facts about franchising
  • Creating your personal business model
  • How to find the a business that’s a fit for you

We thank you for your service to our country.

Presenter:  John Blair, Director of Marketing and PR, FranNet
When: Thursday October 18, 2012 at 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT
Duration: 1 Hour
Host: SCORE Association

Click here to download the FREE eGuide for this workshop!

Learn more with From Honor to Owner: Opportunities for Veterans in Franchising


About FranNet

FranNet, celebrating its 25th anniversary, is North America’s most respected leader in matching individuals with franchise opportunities. Based in Louisville, Ky., FranNet has nearly 90 consultants across North America who use a proprietary profiling and consultative process to determine a business model unique to each client’s goals, skill sets and interests, and has matched thousands of entrepreneurs to rewarding small business opportunities.  FranNet has been recognized by INC magazine as one of the top 500 fastest growing private companies in America for three years running.