Veterans Florida, a non-profit created by the State of Florida to help military veterans transition to civilian life and to promote Florida’s status as the nation’s most veteran-friendly state, has partnered with St. Pete-based JULO Strategy to facilitate the Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program.
JULO Strategy will offer the CEO Mindset Facilitated Growth program. All meetings are currently scheduled to be held virtually due to COVID-19, and are open to qualified veteran entrepreneurs across Florida.
“Veterans Florida looks forward to continuing our partnership with JULO Strategy. The CEO Mindset program plays a vital role in a veteran’s development as a business owner. Enhancing veteran entrepreneurs’ natural leadership skills with JULO’s mentorship allows them to delegate responsibilities and focus on growing their businesses” said Joe Marino, Veterans Florida Executive Director.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be working with the team at Veterans Florida again this year. It is really rewarding to witness the impact that our programs are having on veteran business owners’ growth and profitability in Florida. Our hope is that we’ll reach even more veterans this year. Thank you to Veterans Florida for recognizing and supporting these entrepreneurs. It’s just good business… for them and for Florida’s economy,” said Juliann Nichols, JULO Strategy Chief Strategist.
Veterans interested in applying for the program should visit veteransflorida.org/register.
Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program participants have generated $24 Million in revenue, opened 154 businesses and hired 209 employees since 2016. They have received numerous industry awards and national recognition for their success.