Support for Women Veteran Entrepreneurs and Spouses
The Women Veterans Entrepreneurship Training (WVET) is a program of LiftFund, a non-profit small business lender, and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. We provide innovative business support services like business and professional skill trainings, accelerator programs, individual consultations, small business loans and other services through strategic partnerships with other small business service providers throughout the state of Texas. The LiftFund WVET Program is funded in part by the US Small Business Administration’s Office of Veterans Business Development.
LiftFund is dedicated to supporting business owners, especially women veterans and their spouses, through business education and business consulting. Since 1994, LiftFund has been proudly serving the San Antonio small business community with consultations and trainings to entrepreneurs at all stages of their business. Whether you need a start-up business plan, or advice and seminars on business and market planning to grow your business, we are here for you.
Services we provide:
– Small business workshops and online training sessions
– Business Consultation and financial guidance throughout the loan process
– Business loans ranging from $500 to $1 million with affordable fixed interest rates for startup and established businesses
– Loans to purchase equipment, inventory, market your business, hire and retain employees, leasehold improvements, and purchase or lease buildings
– Business loans to individuals who have limited or no personal credit SBA 7a Community Advantage loans and SBA 504 Guarantee loans
Schedule an appointment with a WVET Program Representative by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the city in which you are located.
Email us at email@example.com or call us at 210.374.2170. WVET is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas with field representatives throughout Texas.
The LiftFund WVET Program is funded in part through a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two days in advanced.