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The Entrepreneurial Way: Veterans Lead in Business & Beyond

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The Entrepreneurial Way: Veterans Lead in Business & Beyond

As of 2018, there are nearly 18 million Veterans in the United States,[1] yet American military Veterans are nearly twice as likely to be self-employed compared to non-Veterans and are majority owners in nine percent of all businesses nationwide[2].

Leaders from the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Bunker Labs, and other experts in the field discuss the state of Veteran entrepreneurship and the potential impact on healthcare and beyond.

We’ll also share details about the Veterans Lead QuickFire Challenge series which is offering grant funding and mentorship opportunities for Veteran entrepreneurs in health care.


[1] United States Census Bureau. Those Who Served: America’s Veterans From World War II to the War on Terror. American Community Survey Report. June 2020.
[2] Heinz AJ, Freeman MA, Harpaz-Rotem I, Pietrzak RH. American Military Veteran Entrepreneurs: A Comprehensive Profile of Demographic, Service History, and Psychosocial Characteristics. Mil Psychol. 2017;29(6):513-523. doi: 10.1037/mil0000195. PMID: 29290645; PMCID: PMC5744891.

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