View full size image
Working with the International Franchise Association’s VetFran initiative, TeamLogic IT is giving away up to 10 franchises to qualified military veterans by waiving the required $40,000 franchise fee.
With more than 50 locations across the country, TeamLogic IT provides technology-related services— including computer repair, data backup and recovery, server installation and support and computer relocation and setup — to small and medium-size businesses.
[Why are more vets becoming entrepreneurs?]
TeamLogic’s new program includes a partnership with CompTIA, a nonprofit association for the IT industry, which also helps create jobs for former military members.
As part of the program, veteran franchise owners will be given help finding trained technicians who are veterans themselves. All costs associated with recruitment, training, certification and online mentoring will be subsidized by CompTIA’s Creating IT Futures Foundation
Chuck Lennon, president of TeamLogic IT and vice chairman of CompTIA, said the program is a sign of the franchise’s commitment to supporting those who have served this country in the military.
“The unemployment rate amongst veterans is already high, and with so many more coming home, TeamLogic IT is committed to providing opportunities to our nation’s veterans to smoothly transition them into civilian life and the working world,” Lennon said.
Based on the skills they learn in the military, Lennon said veterans make perfect franchise owners, adding that recent U.S. Census Bureau data shows more than 66,000 veteran-owned franchises nationwide.
Every field expects the members to come with some specialisation and in trading traders on bitcoin trader are required and expected to know the field well before they make their entry here. It is this skill and talent that speaks about how well they would flourish in this market and how they can give their trading experiences a sharp turn. So learn to use and be with the field with enough knowledge and information.
“Franchisees must follow a proven business model to thrive, and military personnel are trained to follow standard systems to successfully complete a mission,” Lennon said. “The skills learned in the military are completely transferrable to the small-business world. From logistics and operations to management and expertise, military veterans have the right framework to excel in the franchising industry.”
Veterans interested in applying for one of the 10 available franchises are encouraged to visit either www.TeamLogicIT.com or www.VetFran.com.
- Veterans Gung Ho on Becoming Entrepreneurs
- N.C. Brewery Owner Named Vetrepreneur of the Year
- Patriot Express Loans Help Veterans Win Small Business Independence