The Rothman Institute of Fairleigh Dickenson University (FDU) will be hosting the next series of Veterans Launching Ventures (VLV) entrepreneurship classes this fall. The classes are designed to help veterans and their families meet the challenges of starting or growing a business.
Course participants will learn about the fundamental entrepreneurial skills needed in today’s business environment. Topics covered in the sessions include marketing plans, financial projections, business plans, operation plans, fundraising strategies, and more. In addition to the course lessons, each participant will also be matched with an experienced consultant who will provide individual guidance during the program and for an extended period of 10 months after the program’s completion.
The course is free and open to veterans/active duty service members and their families. The fall session runs from mid-September through mid-November. To register for the fall courses and to learn more about the VLV program visit, www.fdu.edu/academics/rothman.