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Join Our Special Event to Empower Veteran Business Owners!

Join us October 31 & November 1, 2023 for our New Mexico Veterans Business Summit! Our goal is to provide a wide variety of veterans resources, training, and business expertise in one great conference.

Veterans: Get Your Business Started!

New Mexico veterans, the Veterans Business Outreach Center can help you get your small business started and growing. Our team exists to help you successfully transition from military service to business ownership. We want every veteran in our state to be aware of the training and resources available to create or expand veteran-owned businesses. Our services are for military spouses, too!

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National VBOC

Veterans Business Outreach Centers can be found across the United States. Each one helps veterans in their communities start and grown their own businesses. The national website has online courses, resources, and helpful information, too.

The VBOC is just one of the services and resources available to local veterans. Sign up for the DVS Network to receive a monthly newsletter and updates on outreach clinics, events, programs for veterans, and more. 

The U.S. Small Business Administration is a cooperative funder of our work as a VBOC. You’ll find lots of great business resources through SBA, too.

New Mexico Veterans Succeed!

Are you a veteran looking to be inspired and want to start your own business?

Watch this video and learn how this New Mexico veteran took advantage of a variety of the business resources and trainings available through VBOC and SBA. With this support he increased his business from an $80,000 a year cleaning business in Angel Fire, New Mexico, to a national foot print and earning over $25 million annually.

You can start and grow your business too — we provide help with contracting, capital and more!

Our VBOC support is available to transitioning service members, veterans, National Guard & Reserve members, and military spouses interested in starting or growing a small business. VBOCs offer workshops, training, counseling, and mentorship opportunities in your area.

VBOCs can also help you navigate SBA’s extensive resource partner network and refer you to a community partner, lender, or SBA program.