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Each year, Veterans Day presents an opportunity to acknowledge the sacrifices made by American servicemen in support of the United States. But vacations also help facilitate opportunities for veterans to enter or re-enter the workforce. This is VetsinTech’s main goal.
VetsinTech is a non-profit organization that helps veterans by helping them “connect to the nation’s tech ecosystem.” Today, the organization works with his 70,000 veterans, has 20 chapters across the United States, and employs strategies such as Boot His camps, workshops, and mentoring programs to help veterans become entrepreneurs. We help you achieve your goals as
VetsinTech 2022 Startup Pitch Competition
Recently, VetsinTech announced the winners of its second annual startup pitch competition. The event invited new startups to share their business solutions that can fill a “great gap in the market”. The only requirement is that the startup founder must be a veteran or military spouse.
The group recently announced its finalists. This year’s winner and winner of the $25,000 grand prize was Native. It’s a platform described as a secure approach to multilingual messaging that “allows people to communicate in the language they know best.”
The second place winner received $10,000, awarded to startup Zimba, a developer of banking software used by financial institutions in emerging markets.
Third place with $5,000 was a software as a service (SaaS) platform called Parlay. Parlay is designed to allow lenders to evaluate loan applications using “alternative credit decision data,” increasing opportunities for banks to engage with underrepresented communities and borrowers.
Native CEO Ben Lang thanked the organization, the event and its sponsors, saying the competition will create a space and opportunity for veteran entrepreneurs to pursue “collective potential.” said it was successful.
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