Every year there are more than 250,000 Veterans transition out of the military into civilian life. As highly trained professionals with service and leadership experience in challenging environments, Veterans find that entrepreneurship and small business ownership opportunities a suitable choice.

Historically, approximately one in seven Veterans chooses self-employment as their vocation. This is a significant percentage, in the private-sector workforce, Veterans are at least 45 percent more likely than those with no active-duty military experience to be self-employed. (SBA, n.d.)

At Voracity, we are a verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). This veterans’ business program makes our business eligible to compete for $5 billion U.S. dollars of the program’s set-aside contracts. 

We offer Veterans and their family an opportunity to choose self-employment as their vocation. Our unique “open-source” organizational structure enables one to command their own business unit.


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SBA. (n.d.), Contracting Opportunities for Veteran Entrepreneurs, Retrieved from