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How to Become a Veteran-Owned Business (VOB) or SDVOSB, and its Benefits
Dimensions of Diversity • 2m 38s
Certified Veteran-Owned Businesses gain access to resources, support, and government contracts that can help them grow and innovate in their industries. If you meet the qualifications to become one, being designated as a VOB provides an excellent foundation for your business.
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