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DAV Patriot Boot Camp empowers founders in the veteran and military community, including spouses, to become entrepreneurs.









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Attention all entrepreneurs and business leaders! Are you looking for a meaningful way to give back and make a positive impact in the lives of veterans? Join us at DAV Patriot Boot Camp as a mentor and help veteran entrepreneurs grow their businesses by sharing your own personal experiences. Your knowledge and understandings of the entrepreneurial life can be the key to their success. Interested mentors can learn more and fill out an application at See MoreSee Less
We have another great #FounderFriday to share with you today! Julie Sargent, co-founder and CEO of Cardinal Medical Solutions, is an Army combat veteran with 12 years of extensive experience in emergency medicine, disaster response and operational management. Julie and her team use their knowledge and expertise to raise the standard of remote mobile medical care and support the nation’s growing need for incident medical resources. #DAVPatriotBootCamp #veterans #entrepreneur #vetrepreneur See MoreSee Less
Join the DAV Patriot Boot Camp community for a virtual event at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern) on April 4th. During this virtual event, Mitchell Kieffer, a U.S. Air Force Veteran and Founder of Business Leaders QRF, provides insights on why and how to build a business credit foundation.Have you ever been turned down for a personal loan for your business? Did you know your business has a credit score and recommended credit limit apart from the owner's personal credit? Over 90% of entrepreneurs don't realize that their business on Main Street can operate just like those on Wall Street. It's important to fund your business properly using business credit (based on the EIN) because it allows you to separate your personal and business finances, protecting your personal assets in case of default or bankruptcy. When you use personal loans, bootstrapping, or solely revenue to operate, you are putting your personal credit at risk and limiting your ability to scale and grow your business. Additionally, building strong business credit can help you secure higher credit limits with better terms and rates, simplify your bookkeeping and tax preparation, and create a clean package that attracts lenders and investors at premium valuations. Establishing a business credit foundation is a non-negotiable investment that can set you apart from your competitors and unlock endless possibilities for growth and success. See MoreSee Less