Veterans Mean Business
By joining NVSBC, you’re meeting other veteran small business owners to share experiences, get support in finding government contracts, and have endless networking capabilities. We are veterans helping veterans in business.
What it Means to be in NVSBC
NVSBC is a nationally recognized non-profit organization that provides Training, Networking, and Advocacy for Veteran small business entrepreneurs in the federal market to ensure they are Procurement Ready and have enhanced access to opportunities to start, operate, sustain, and grow competitive and strong businesses serving Federal agencies and other government contractors.
Join chapters and other veteran small business owners in promoting policies that affect your small business.
Edward J. Dort
It was an honor and privilege to be a NVSBC Scholarship Recipient to attend the VETS Conference. Being a member of The National Veteran Small Business Coalition has contributed to the exponential successful growth of Directional Command LLC. NVSBC has provided not only provided valuable resources to navigate the Federal contracting work, but also arranges for direct access to procurement officials. The passion of the leadership and members of NVSBC to help each other succeed shows the commitment to ensuring fellow Veteran succeed in business. I plan on attending and encourage any Veteran Business Owner to attend VETS 21 in Orlando, FL. The contacts, content of information presented and camaraderie is guaranteed to help you grow your business.
At the event [VETS Conference] I was overwhelmed with the amount of mentorship, guidance, and advice that veterans were willing to give other veterans. I felt like they were there to help me. Any question you asked they answered, any advice you need they give it to you. It’s a unique community and you get support, advice, and mentorship that you won’t get anywhere else. –
“Our organization joined NVSBC 2 years ago and we’ve truly benefitted from their VETS21 symposium. We took full advantage of networking and matchmaking which resulted in relationships that are still valuable for our business today. We’re also in regular communication with Scott Jensen, and for being an Executive Director of an organization, he is not only helpful but very accessible.” –