The Survey is Open to Recognize the 2019 Best Corporations for Veteran’s Business Enterprises™

The National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) officially opened its annual survey today honoring the best U.S. corporations working with veteran-owned businesses. Now in its 13th year, this prestigious list honors the large corporations that most successfully engage the nation’s Certified Veteran’s Business Enterprises™ (VBEs) and/or Certified Service-Disabled Veteran’s Business Enterprises™ Read more…

NaVOBA and Capital One Announce the 2018 LGBT Veteran’s Business Enterprises® of the Year

NaVOBA and Capital One, in partnership with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), announced the 2018 LGBT Veteran’s Business Enterprises® of the Year as part of the LGBTUnity Conference in Philadelphia. NaVOBA’s Veteran’s Business Enterprises® of the Year is a prestigious honor bestowed annually to an elite selection of Read more…

Attention Kentucky Veterans!

Have an early stage company or an idea for a new business? Successful veteran applicants will receive 10 weeks of start-up training, mentoring, and limited funds for eligible start-up expenses. During the 10-week training, veterans will learn to validate their ideas, develop a strategy for implementing their vision and build Read more…

Florida State University Accepting Applications for Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Program

Florida State University is hosting a Veteran Entrepreneurship Training program in October 2018, called the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) Accelerate. EBV Accelerate is a new program designed to assist veteran owned businesses sustain and grow their success by providing experiential and interactive learning to address financial, management, marketing and Read more…

PG&E Spent $2.58 Billion With Diverse Suppliers in 2017—Sixth Consecutive Year of $2 Billion-Plus Spend

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced that it spent $2.58 billion with diverse suppliers in 2017, accounting for 42.25 percent of its total procurement. For the sixth straight year, diverse suppliers including veteran-owned businesses, accounted for $2 billion-plus of the company’s spend and more than 40 percent of PG&E’s Read more…