The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University [Contributor]
This brief provides highlights from the 2020 National Survey of Military-Affiliated Entrepreneurs study focusing on Black and African American veteran entrepreneurs. These findings are based on the data collected from 333 Black and African American veteran entrepreneurs, which represents 21% of the respondents that answered the race/ethnicity question of the 2020 survey. This study monitors trends in the activity, needs, and economic, social, and policy barriers of military-affiliated entrepreneurs in the United States.
Military and Veterans Studies
National Survey, Afro-American entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurial statistics, Barriers, Challenges, Capital, COVID-19, Pandemic, Motivations
African American veterans; Entrepreneurship
Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University
Maury, Rosalinda V.; Tihic, Mirza; and Almissalati, Najla, "Black & African American Veteran Entrepreneurs" (2021). Institute for Veterans and Military Families. 95.
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