The Dwyer Group Recognizes Veteran Achievements in Franchising

WACO, Texas (November 12, 2012) – On the one-year anniversary of the launch of Operation Enduring Opportunity, home-service franchisor The Dwyer Group is proud to recognize the accomplishments of more than 4,300 U.S.


Veterans Small Biz Conference Visiting Detroit

The National Veterans Small Business Conference and Expo will be held at Cobo Center in June, bringing an estimated 6,000 veterans, small-business owners, federal employees, and advocates to the city, Mayor Dave Bing and U.S.


Veterans Choosing Entrepreneurship Over Employment

Veterans increasingly are forgoing the more traditional route of finding a job working for someone else in exchange for the opportunity to own their own business.


Entrepreneurship Good For Disabled Vets

Particularly for those struggling to deal with a separation from military service that they didn’t initiate and often didn’t want, Blass said entrepreneurship offers a new sense of identity.


Vet Realizes Entrepreneurial Dream

“Even before I went into the military, I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur,” said Irons, 48.


Vets Seek Help On State Contracts

The Coraopolis, Pa.-based National Veteran-Owned Business Association believes New Jersey should join nearly a dozen other states in the union and set aside 3 percent of all funds offered through state contracts for veteran-owned businesses.

Little Caesars’ Veterans Program

The Little Caesars Veterans Program continues to exceed expectations and is making a difference for U.S.

Small-Biz Aid For Veterans

According to ArmyTimes, Congress is getting closer to passing legislation that would help veterans and reservists who own small businesses.


Hire A Hero

More and more business owners are turning to social networking sites to recruit their top employees.