568,000 Veterans were unemployed in September 2020.
In honor of veterans' day, we have created an event to give veterans a chance to start making their own jobs. This webinar will give you tips you can start using today to generate extra income from a side hustle or start your journey to opening a new business.
Join Host Ryan Hall of Black Valley Digital share his tips on how to start today.
Special guest will include Major (Ret.) Eric K. King President & CEO of VetsWhatsNext Nonprofit Corporation.
And Eve Horne Vetrepreneur and Owner of Cameo Rouge.
Video is also available on Demand
This event is to generate awareness and support of VetsWhatsNext mission to empower and helping Disabled Veterans, Homeless Veterans, Service Members, and their families by providing consolidated services and resources that will allow them to reclaim their lives and economic stability.
Cameo Rouge will donate 20% of Sales from November 3-15th to VetsWhatsNext. Shop at www.CameoRouge.com
Direct Donations can also be made to VWN here: https://donate.kindest.com/013578-vets-whats-next?utm_source=kindest
Major (Ret.) Eric K. King
President & CEO @VetsWhatsNext Nonprofit Corporation
Major King is a great American who has sacrificed greatly for his nation. After 16 years of service, 3 combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, and after sustaining multiple injuries and conditions including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), PTSD, depression, anxiety disorders, and seizures, Major King was honorably and medically retired on June 28, 2016. Having a firsthand understanding of the challenges and issues fellow veterans face who might be suffering from PTSD and other health issues resulting from combat, he created VetsWhatsNext (VWN). VWN is about empowering and helping Disabled Veterans, Homeless Veterans, Service Members, and their families by providing consolidated services and resources that will allow them to reclaim their lives and economic stability. These services and resources will be offered via our website, mobile app, and eventually, a brick and mortar Outreach Center.
Marketing Consultant and Educator @Black Valley Digital
Ryan Hall is a Marketing Consultant and Educator committed to helping diverse minority entrepreneurs, artists, and business owners thrive and generate wealth within the digital innovation economy. Before opening, Black Valley Digital, Ryan served as Program Manager for Code Fever Miami, a non-profit focused on building minority startup ecosystems where he spearheaded large programs for NBC Universal, the Knight Foundation, Capital One, Dell, Broward County Library system and more. Through his work over the years, 2.5 Million educators and students have been equipped with the tools to succeed in the fields of programming, entrepreneurship, and marketing in the digital economy. Ryan often speaks on diversity in tech, the Arts, and digital marketing for organizations like Chevy, Fiverr, the University of Miami, and the Perez Art Museum. Outside of the office, Hall serves the startup community as a 1 Million Cups Miami Community Organizer and on the Diversity Advisory board for SXSW.
Vetrepreneur @Cameo Rouge
Eve Horne is a Coast Guard Veteran. After the military, she pursued a career in the Hospitality and Casino Gaming industry, most notably working at a Fortune 200 Cruise Ship company. The Cruise and Gaming industries were among the hardest hit in the pandemic, and she pivoted by opening Cameo Rouge. Once a family-owned business, Eve transformed her grandfather's jewelry store into an e-commerce business serving women warriors with the accessories they need.