Additional Resources

Here are any additional resources for military spouse business owners.

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Amazon Military Storefront

Support military family small business through the Amazon Military Storefront. 

Amazon Small Business Academy

Explore educational resources and content that empower small business owners to be successful sellers, authors, makers, service professionals, and delivery service providers. 

Sell On Amazon

Learn to become an Amazon seller. Reach Millions. Fresh new startups and Fortune 500s. B2B and B2C. Brand owners and resellers. They all sell on Amazon for a reason: 300 million customers shop our stores worldwide. Deliver Smiles. Leave the shipping, returns, and customer service to us with Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). Want to take care of shipping yourself? You can do that too. Make Money. Choose from flexible selling plans, product categories, and fulfillment options that fit your business needs.

Amazon Influencer Program

Recommend products and Get rewarded. Join the Amazon Influencer Program with a qualifying YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook account. Create your storefront, and get your own page on Amazon—with a custom URL—and use it to recommend thousands of products. Share products, and use your custom URL to easily guide your followers to your product recommendations, all in one shoppable spot. Get rewarded when customers shop through your storefront, you earn money on qualifying purchases. See how it works.
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Hiring Our Heroes

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) initiative launched in March 2011 as a nationwide effort to connect veterans, service members, and military spouses with meaningful employment opportunities. Working with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s vast network of state and local chambers and strategic partners from the public, private, and non-profit sectors, our goal is to create a movement across America in hundreds of communities where veterans and military families return every day.

Small Business Administration

The SBA provides a training program available to military spouses:

Women Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Program (WVETP): Provides entrepreneurial training to women veterans, women service members, and women spouses of service members and veterans as they start or grow a business. SBA funds these entrepreneurship training programs available exclusively for women veterans through grantees IVMF and Lift Fund.