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Absence Makes the Business Stronger

Patrick Little, co-owner of 22 Sierra Coffee Company, says having a business partner in a different state is challenging but advantageous. He says being separated enlarges their network and lets …

Abe McGull, attorney at law, says his military experience enriched his spirit by exposing him to different cultures. He says learning about culture helps you realize people are more similar than …

Patrick Little, co-owner of 22 Sierra Coffee Company, says they outsourced their social media management to promote consistency in content. Little says themes are important, but they can see a …

Patrick Little, co-owner of 22 Sierra Coffee Company, says company logos are very important in building a brand. Little says they changed logos to differentiate their product from competitors and …

Patrick Little, co-owner of 22 Sierra Coffee Company, says they made a conscious decision to build their social media network before releasing their products to the public. They also sought …

Patrick Little, co-owner of 22 Sierra Coffee Company, says after leaving the Air Force, he and partner Joseph Kidwell wanted to continue serving active duty military, veterans and first responders. …

John Lopez, military veteran and founder/director of K9s for Camo, says using prisoners to train service dogs helps more than veterans. Lopez says only two of the original 10 trainers have returned …

John Lopez, military veteran and founder/director of K9s for Camo, used to have a fear of dogs. After one of his sergeants talked about confronting fears, Lopez decided he would conquer his when he …

“Integrity is a lost art in business. Integrity is so important, I think, to really continue and do well in your profession,” says Sheri Smith, Navy Veteran, PBR Certified Sports Agent, and …

“They’re some of our best workers, candidly. They come in, they understand what it means to get work done,” says Thomas H. Douglas, CEO of JMark Business Solutions. Douglas says he likes to …

Tom Jennings, who co-owns TommyHawks Axe House with his wife Kacey, says veterans bring a lot of the values instilled in them by military service to civilian jobs. Jennings says employers can benefit …

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