The Michael R. McNulty Center for Veteran Entrepreneurial Activity
As host of the Michael R. McNulty Center for Veteran Entrepreneurial Activity and the U.S. SBA Veteran Business Outreach Center, the Arsenal Partnership offers entrepreneurship training and counseling services to military veterans who are exploring ways to start or grow their own business.
The McNulty Center is an accelerator that provides access to a network of successful business advisors, other veteran business owners, and programming to help navigate the growth process for businesses or ignite creative thinking. Veteran clients can leverage relationships with the Partnership’s professional experts and resource partners to be successfully positioned and contribute positively to the economic growth of the region and beyond.
Serving Veterans Throughout Federal Region II:
New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico
and the U.S. Virgin Islands
The Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership’s Veterans Business Outreach Center is here to assist aspiring veteran entrepreneurs and their loved ones seeking to start, purchase or grow their own small business.
VBOC provides entrepreneurial development services such as business training, counseling and mentoring, and referrals at no cost for eligible veterans owning and considering starting a business. Training opportunities, tailored counseling and mentoring are available in-person and online.
Since 1999, The Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership has helped attract business and enterprise to New York’s Capital Region. Today, the mission of the Partnership is to support the Michael R. McNulty Center for Veteran Entrepreneurial Activity and the U.S. SBA Veteran Business Outreach Center (VBOC).
Building on its tremendous success as an economic development organization, the Partnership and its staff are redirecting focus to help veteran business owners navigate the process of starting or growing a small company.
Prior to the organization’s reconfiguration, the Partnership had successfully developed nearly 300,000 square feet of underutilized space at the Watervliet Arsenal. For nearly 20 years, the Partnership was the Arsenal’s exclusive economic developer, helping strengthen the sites viability and generate revenue for the Army.
The Arsenal Business & Technology Partnership’s Veterans Business Outreach Center is here to help veterans and their loved ones develop and grow their own small businesses. Advisors can help guide veterans through the obstacles that can stand between them and their success. The VBOC provides targeted business training, counseling and mentoring to help veterans develop as business owners. Our extensive network of partners are available to assist with business needs. To learn more, visit: www.vbocregion2.com