Learning opportunity on offer for Phoenix vets

July 29, 2018 by  

An assortment of initiatives exist to help veterans who are considering starting their own business, and those who attend an Phoenix event will have an opportunity to learn more about them and whether or not they may qualify for this assistance.

The doors of the ‘Arizona: 2018 Veteran Resource Seminar’ will open at 9:00 am, and those who plan on taking part are asked to arrive on time. The U.S. Small Business Administration will have a variety of presentations and informational displays set up to browse through, and there will be lots of information provided.

The guests at the expo will learn about the ins and outs of developing a business plan, and they will also discover the opportunities that may exist for them when it comes to finding financing for their venture. Those who already have a company and would like to expand are also welcome to attend, and a variety of organizations that aid veterans in starting up their own enterprise will have counselors on site to answer questions and offer advice.

This opportunity for former military members has been organized for 2828 North Central Avenue in Phoenix. Promotional pens and other items to distribute during an occasion like this can be provided by an area printer.

August 7 has been chosen as the date for this function. The fee to park on site is set at a maximum of $10 a day.