Why veterans make great entrepreneurs

12/10/2012 | MSN/Business on Main

Military training does a good job of preparing veterans for the risks involved with business ownership, but raising capital can still be difficult. "Veterans who have served just four years in the military usually leave with more leadership and problem-solving experience than most others do in their lifetime," said Kevin Rosenberg, a Navy veteran. "But most civilians don't recognize this, especially loan officers." The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans With Disabilities, which was launched a few years ago, is addressing some of the challenges faced by veterans.

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