OSU, Helping Veterans Become Entrepreneurs
A program run by Oklahoma State University’s Riata Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is helping hundreds of American veterans launch enterprises and achieve financial independence.
Veterans can seek assistance from the National Veterans Entrepreneurship Program, or VEP, at OSU’s Riata Center in developing business concepts as well as navigating the procedures necessary to launch a business.
Veterans interested in beginning a business to achieve financial independence or who already have a company they’d like to expand economically are the target audience for VEP. Grant funding for the program is used to finance participant travel, conference travel, program support, educational planning, and promotional activities.
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