Warrior Entrepreneurs Get Assistance From A NonProfit Organization

Dated: 03/06/2014

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The Jonas Project is an organization that has been set up to specifically help this special group of service members. These men and women already have a proven track record of mission-focused execution in challenging circumstances.  They are problem solvers and their ability to excel in ambiguous environments sets a strong foundation for the challenge of entrepreneurship.

To apply to The Jonas Project, all a Veteran needs is a business plan and a commitment to that plan.  Once accepted into the program, they are provided a number of critical resources. Some of these resources are:
•    Web/Internet Design
•    Human Resource Consulting
•    Management Consulting
•    Legal Consulting
•    Leasing/Rental for Business Location
•    Business Tax Advice
•    Industry Specific Mentors
•    Marketing Assistance
The Jonas Project provides mentors that are matched with a Veteran based upon his or her needs.  The mentor provides guidance for the first two years of operation. 
The Warrior Entrepreneurs pay it forward by hiring qualified fellow Veterans. Everyone works as a team to move the business to profitability and success for all.
If you are, or know of, a Veteran in the Moorestown, Cherry Hill or any other South Jersey community that could benefit from this program, here is the link http://thejonasproject.org/ where you will find all of the information needed to move forward.
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Sam Lepore

Sam Lepore is a Realtor with Keller Williams in Moorestown, NJ. Call him today at 856.297.6827 ....

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