Podcast: Entrepreneurship Episodes

8.9% of military Veterans self-identify as an Entrepreneur after their military service. Entrepreneurship can take on many forms, and the highlighted episodes below showcase several different forms of startups. This includes technology startups, franchises, consulting startups, and more.


BTU #88 - Zach & Drew - two Navy vets team up to raise $13M for Rhumbix

BTU #112: Growing Black Rifle Coffee from $1.8k to $20M in 2.5 years (Evan Hafer)

 

BTU #107 - Elijah Crane: SEALS to ABC's Shark Tank & Bottle Breacher

BTU #110: Co-Founding Plated & Raising $55M (Nick Taranto)

 

BTU #132 - Active Duty to Chick-fil-A Franchise Owner (Marlon Terrell)

BTU #60 - Matt Miller: Air Force Pilot to Vending Machine Empire

 

BTU #68 - John Lee Dumas: Army to EOFire and over $205k a month in revenue

BTU #45 - Launching a Satellite Startup and Selling to Google for $500M

 

BTU # 124 - Founding and growing GoRuck from $0 to $15M in revenue (Jason McCarthy)

BTU #63 - Todd Ehrlich: From SEALs to Founder of Kill Cliff

 

BTU #99 - Army Sergeant to President of USA's 592nd Fastest Growing Company

BTU #111: Two sibling Army Vets and Their Two Successful Startups

 

BTU #109: 20 years Army Vet sells a startup to Mercedes, and co-founds GoodWorld

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BTU #59 - Army to starting (and 11 years later selling) his own consulting company

 

BTU# 40 - Founding a company while in the Army and following your passion

BTU #65 - Army to Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of Four Companies

 

BTU #85 - Marines to Founder of Stubble & Stach (Nicholas Karnaze

BTU #89 - Navy to bootstrapping from $0 to 7-figures in 1 year (Drew Sanocki


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