The State of Utah has created the Veterans Business Resource Center (VBRC) at Salt Lake Community College to directly support veterans in starting and growing their businesses. Whether you need assistance in growing your business or you have only a germ of a business idea, the VBRC is here to support forming the company, testing your business idea, developing a business plan, analyzing the financial needs, and creating a marketing approach with you.
- Work with you from idea to opening the doors to your business
- One-on-one consultations
- Develop a business plan and financial projections
- Test your business idea or direction of growth before you spend a lot of money
- Provide research and access to other business resources
- Launch your business and get to revenue quickly!
- Run by veterans who are entrepreneurs
Rick Brown, JD, PhD
Startup Training Resources Inspiring Veteran Entrepreneurship (STRIVE) Program
Within the sphere of SLCC’s Everyday Entrepreneur Program (EEP), the Mill and VBRC, in conjunction with Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), is offering our veterans the Startup Training Resources Inspiring Veteran Entrepreneurship (STRIVE) Program. IVMF entrepreneur programs have trained over 80,000 veterans by leveraging the skills, resources, and infrastructure of higher education institutions.
The IVMF STRIVE is an extensive review and deeper dive into the ways and means of starting your business as introduced in the EEP. It demonstrates SLCC’s, the Mill’s, and the VBRC’s commitment to those who have served our country in the military.
STRIVE Class Details The STRIVE program is a free entrepreneurship training program for Veterans, Reserve, National Guard members, and their spouses. Over the course of this 12-week program, participants will learn the skills needed to launch a successful business as well as gain post-program support from both the local and national IVMF network.