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Vetrepreneur Franchise Workshop   |   June 7

Watch the Vetrepreneur Franchise Bootcamp

Franchise Workshop   |   June 7

Nominate the Next Vetrepreneur® of the Year!

Nominate the Next Vetrepreneur® of the Year!

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Experiences

Read about vetrepreneur experiences from veterans who’ve started their own business to those who’ve ventured into franchising. Get inspired and learn from their entrepreneurial ventures.

Founder of Crazy Horse Coffee voted 2023 Pittsburgh Vetrepreneur of the Year®.

Vetrepreneur of the Year® Awardees

The importance of listening: how Ramcharan’s customer-centric approach shaped Indatatech.
Veteran business owner combines hard work, luck and generosity to fuel his success.
For 2021 Pittsburgh Vetrepreneur® of the Year Joe Calloway, the long road to success was worth the wait.
In less than seven years, Staci Redmon turned a desire to find a better way to do things into a thriving, $16 million company with more than 140 employees – and she’s just getting started.
How military service shaped Peter M. Holt to build the largest Caterpillar dealership in the country and become owner of the San Antonio Spurs.
Former USAF Aircraft Commander Gordon Logan, CEO of Sport Clips, corners the men’s hair care market with cutting-edge concepts and good ole’ fashioned values named 2015 Vetrepreneur of the Year®.
James Kelly, President of Invictus International Consulting (his third successful company), spent a lifetime defending America in uniform and business. Meet your 2017 Vetrepreneur® of the Year.
With patience, persistence and a steely resolve, Emmett Walker rebuilt what’s now a thriving logistics firm not once, but three times and was named the 2016 Vetrepreneur of the Year®.
How Army veteran Jodi Johnson's business thrived through sequestration and COVID-19.
USAF veteran Bruce Freshwater built two businesses on his military skills on the way to being named 2022 Pittsburgh Vetreprenuer® of the Year.
NASCAR driver Jesse Iwuji’s business prowess earns him the title of 2022 Vetrepreneur® of the Year.

Watch the Interview

Learn from successful military veterans who have made the journey in becoming a Vetrepreneur through franchising.

Play Video about Vetrepreneur Franchise Workshop: Interview with Franchisee Rick Webster of Floor Coverings International, Army veteran. The VetSpeak is sponsored by Floor Coverings International.

Vetrepreneur Franchise Workshop: Interview with Franchisee and Army veteran Rick Webster of Floor Coverings International. The VetSpeak is sponsored by Floor Coverings International.

Play Video about Vetrepreneur Franchise Workshop: Interview with Franchisee Josh Ambrose of Mosquito Hunters, Marine Corps veteran. The VetSpeak is sponsored by Happinest.

Vetrepreneur Franchise Workshop: Interview with Franchisee and Marine Corps veteran Josh Ambrose of Mosquito Hunters. The VetSpeak is sponsored by Happinest.

Veteran Friendly Success Stories

From Military Service to Franchise Success: Michael Goodman’s Inspiring Journey with Vetrepreneur Franchise Coaching.
Read about experiences of veterans who made becoming a franchise owner a reality with the help of Vetrepreneur Franchise Coaching!
Green Beret finds his second career as the owner of two Huntington Learning Centers.
2023 Pittsburgh Veteran of the Year Chris Ann Phillips is passionate about ending veteran suicide.
With a plucky resourcefulness and a practical, down-to-earth approach, former special ops paratrooper creates printing business that epitomizes its “service, value, quality” tagline.
Nine Line Apparel’s Tyler Merritt makes no apologies for the fiercely patriotic brand that took on Nike.