Military Spouse Business Directories
Support your fellow military spouse owned businesses.
Find Military Spouse Owned Businesses
We provide an internal MSCC member business directory, but there are more places to find and support your fellow military spouse owned businesses, below are a few of our recommendations.
Military Spouse Chamber of Commerce
Member Business Directory
When you sign up as a new member of the Military Spouse Chamber of Commerce, your business is automatically added to our internal directory and becomes searchable by your fellow members.
If you want to edit the settings of your directory listing, you may adjust it from your account settings located here: https://milspousechamber.org/account/
If you do not want to be searchable, you may also toggle off/on your searchability under the same account settings link above.
Please watch the video below to maximize your appearance in the directory search results, and click the button to view the directory.
The Rosie Network
Our mission is to build stronger military families by developing entrepreneurial programs and support services that empower active-duty, veterans and military spouses to realize the American Dream of small business ownership, increasing financial stability and self-sufficiency of those who have served our country.
Inspired by WWII icon Rosie the Riveter and her ‘We Can Do It!’ attitude, The Rosie Network was founded by Military Spouse and Veteran entrepreneurs to EMPOWER, IMPACT and ADVOCATE on behalf of our nation’s service members and spouses seeking the American Dream of small business ownership.
Milspouse Training Programs
We have been training and mentoring active-duty, veterans and military spouses since 2011. While our network has grown, our core mission remains the same. We remain the largest nonprofit focused on solving the military spouse unemployment crisis through entrepreneurship and self-employment. Our spouses are hiring other spouses.
The Rosie Network offers three chapters based on the needs of the military community:
– Military spouse entrepreneurs might notice more companionship in a Rosie Chapter.
– Military veteran entrepreneurs discover more camaraderie in a Warrior Chapter.
– Minority veteran and military spouse entrepreneurs observe more community in a Valor Chapter.
Each Chapter provides the same education, curriculum, and training.