Free small business ‘accelerator’ training for up to 12 veterans or spouses

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By Jon R. Anderson

Florida-based startup incubator Venture Hive is offering a free “mini MBA” to up to a dozen veteran- or veteran spouse-led companies looking to grow their businesses.

Dubbed the Veterans Virtual Accelerator, the distance-learning program is designed to connect young companies with the support and training they need to scale to the next level, said Venture Hive founder Susan Amat.

“It’s easily a $25,000 program, but I would say it’s more like a $50,000 value because it’s really a mini MBA specifically for startups. And we’re not just training the CEO but the entire team to be able to run the business better,” said Amat.

“We give them mentorship, and the training and education, and then show them how to deliver and document their process, find the right metrics to track and build in the kind of skills the team needs to be able to execute all the great ideas they have.”

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