Veterans Business Outreach Center


VBOC Mission 

The Veterans Business Outreach Center mission is to contribute to the success of entrepreneurs who are members of the U.S. military community including veterans, service-disabled veterans, reservists and Guard members, family members, and active-duty service members preparing to transition from military service to business ownership.
VBOC Region X covers Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho.
VBOC Objectives
The Veterans Business Outreach Center, in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), has the following objectives:
  • Build up the number of businesses owned by veterans and other members of the U.S. military community
  • Increase the number of jobs created by those businesses
  • Maximize the growth rate, profitability and value of each business. 
Veteran-owned businesses may be startups, growth-oriented existing companies, or planned acquisitions.
VBOC Services
The Veterans Business Outreach Center delivers free business counseling and training, and equips entrepreneurs with resources, so entrepreneurs can:
  • Create a business plan and financial projections
  • Understand funding options in starting, growing, or buying a business
  • Prepare loan request packages and make presentations to lenders and investors
  • Expand a business
  • Manage a business profitably

VBOC Sign Up

Please feel free to sign up for our services by entering information into an online form.  Follow this link –  - and on the left, click on New Client Signup.
Or, please connect to New Client Signup directly at – – and follow the instructions to submit.
For classes and seminars, please follow this link -

VBOC Contact

The Veterans Business Outreach Center looks forward to helping you succeed in your business!
Project Director
Veterans Business Outreach Center
Community Capital Development
1437 S. Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98144
Tel 206.324.4330 ext 122
Fax 206.324.4322

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