Veterans are working hard to serve their communities as job creators when they start a business after years of working hard to serve their country. Growing businesses help create jobs and economic development opportunities in our communities. But in order to grow, many businesses need greater access to capital.

Venture Funding Network Alliance fostering economic growth through job creation is a key part of our mission. We're here to help veteran owned businesses make connections with the business funding opportunities needed to keep growing, foster economic development in communities around the country and create more jobs.

Access to capital is one of the biggest obstacles faced by today's startups and growing businesses. VFNA helps solve that problem by providing a bridge to funding opportunities for veteran business owners. We provide the opportunities for veteran business owners to connect with business funding options, including angel investors, venture capitalists, business loan providers, start-up funders, private equity investors and more.

Whether their business is an exciting new start-up or an established player looking for funding to grow in the in the arena of Business to Business -  Business to Government or Business to Consumer marketing and/or services, VFNA offers these businesses the opportunity to communicate with the business investors and business loan sources that can help them move forward.

Veteran business owners can find out more about gaining access to capital for their business at a regional conference and workshop hosted by Venture Funding network. These networking and learning events bring diverse entrepreneurs and business funding together.