Starting or growing a small business is one of the top New Year’s resolutions for entrepreneurs everywhere and one organization wants to help veterans realize that dream. Whether you’re an entrepreneur in practice or in spirit, SaveUnited.org wants to help.
A nonprofit organization that specializes in educating and financing small businesses, SaveUnited.org takes an active approach to helping veterans start or grow their business.
At a time of great economic uncertainty in the United States, SaveUnited.org is investing in the country’s veterans to assist their businesses at no charge.
With the belief that small business is the backbone of the American economy, SaveUnited is doing just what its name implies: Saving the United States of America one small business at a time.
According to the Small Business Administration, 99 percent of all businesses in the United States are small businesses with less than 50 employees. And those small businesses employ nearly half of all American workers and are responsible for 80 percent of all new jobs, the SBA reports.
With the mission of building and growing more small businesses in order to add new jobs, increase tax revenue and boost spending, SaveUnited is determined to unite all industries to assist in job creation. In fact, the organization has a goal of adding 10 million new jobs in 10 years.
As a main path toward its goal, the organization plans to focus on franchising opportunities available to small business.
“98% of all Business types have the potential to Franchsise,” says the SaveUnited.org website. “Franchising is a great way to stimulate growth and job creation. Most Business owners have thought about the concept but believe it will cost them 1000’s of dollars to engage in Franchising. With SaveUnited.org Education the costs for Franchising will be slim to none.”
For more information on SaveUnited.org, or to find out how you can become an investor in a Veteran-owned business, visit www.saveunited.org