Arnissha Delaney Guest Blog Post – Sua Sponte Design

Arnissha Delaney Guest Blog

   Are you a veteran looking into how to become entrepreneur? Many times veterans have served their country for years and come home to find difficulties in the job force. Fortunately, there are several options for former servicemen to own their own business. The US Department of Veteran’s Affairs has great resources available via the web for veterans who are looking to own their own business. The Department of Veteran’s Affairs has partnered with BusinessUSA to bring the men and women who have served our country valuable resources. From starting up, to obtaining financing, to how to grow your business—the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs is a great tool. Start there when you are considering how to get things rolling!

   So, what are some things that are important to remember when deciding to start your own business? Well, although there are great resources and opportunities available for veterans, you should first understand that when you start your own business you are in competition with business that are not run by former veterans and sometimes that can be a true challenge. A smart future business owner starts with a solid business plan which includes realistic projections for your venture. You should also think about how starting a business can affect your personal and professional life. Can you afford to put a great deal of your time and money on the line in order to hope for success? A lot of new business put in 60-80 hours a week! Building a brand is important, but it is important to keep in mind how much of a sacrifice owning your own business can be. There is sometimes very little free time. Don’t forget to look into the laws that apply to the state you will be starting your business in because specific laws tend to vary state to state.

   Start with the US Department of Veteran’s affairs when you are ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship!


Arnissha Delaney

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