Pitch your veteran small business during nonprofit Bunker Labs’ national tour

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By Charlsy Panzino

A network of veteran small business incubators is launching a 12-city tour to help veteran entrepreneurs develop their ideas.

A nonprofit created in 2014, Bunker Labs aims to connect budding business owners with resources to grow their companies. Headquartered in Chicago, new chapters are popping up across the country.

Bunker Labs locations offer options for veterans in different stages of their entrepreneurship. For early-stage companies, Bunker Labs provides space for six months with access to fellow entrepreneurs, mentoring and capital.

Aspiring entrepreneurs can apply to become entrepreneurs in residence and intern at one of the Bunker Labs-supported companies.

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