The Entrepreneurship Collection, brought to you by Fiserv, supports the IVMF's mission of advancing the lives of the nation’s military veterans and their families through providing accessible and equitable access to resources in the realm of entrepreneurship.
What can be found in the Entrepreneurship Collection?
Within the Entrepreneurship Collection is a mix of informational resources directly for veteran entrepreneurs and research about veteran entrepreneurs. With regard to the resources tailored towards veteran entrepreneurs, the types of resources curated include lists of best business practices and trends; panels on networking, marketing tactics, and lessons learned; collections of social entrepreneurship resources; resources and events on business finances and funding; website and articles on legal resources; websites that offer resources for women-owned businesses; extensive lists of locations of business organizations; and general entrepreneurship guides.
Who is the Entrepreneurship Collection for?
The main identified audiences of the Digital Library include veterans and military families, private and public sector leaders, community based organizations, and researchers and scholars, but anyone is welcome to access it.
How do I register for an entrepreneurship program?
While registration for IVMF entrepreneurship programs is not found in the Digital Library, you can find that information on the IVMF Entrepreneurship Page.