All posts by: Bunker RDU

Larry D. Hall is currently serving as the Secretary for the North Carolina Department of Military & Veterans Affairs. Secretary Hall represented Durham County, North Carolina’s 29th District in the House of Representatives, since 2006 and he led House Democrats...
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Presented by the Military Veterans Network at MetLife, the Muster RDU will be held on Thursday, September 21st from 9am – 5pm at the MetLife Global Technology Campus in the Research Triangle Park. Designed to bring together hundreds of participants...
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  It’s similar to a roaming secret party, but really not secret at all and they’re actually tending to business. Held somewhere around Raleigh/Durham, NC the Bunker RDU Braintrust is a varied group of business citizenry gathering with Vetrepreneurs. It’s...
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Presented by JPMorgan Chase & Co., the Bunker Builds America Tour will travel to 12 cities across the country to showcase veteran entrepreneurs, empower local entrepreneurial ecosystems with large-scale events, and serve as the launching point for local Bunker Labs...
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We’ve rebranded, launched new programs, and experimented with what works and what doesn’t. 2016 will focus on growth and improvement across America, bringing more opportunities to veterans. In the video below, CEO Todd Connor gives us a break down on...
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This is a guest post from Bunker Labs DC Director Ray Crowell which originally featured on the Capitol Post blog. 1. I’m not a veteran or military spouse entrepreneur. One of the Bunker’s long term outcomes is to successfully integrate...
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The most important part of your marketing plan is its ability to engage with your audience. If you fail to accomplish this crucial goal, all of your other marketing efforts will cease to matter. As Simon Mainwaring once said, “Companies...
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Plato had Aristotle. Helen Keller had Anne Sullivan. J.J. Abrams had Steven Spielberg. All of these brilliant people acted as mentors to their younger protégés. They offered up their skills, experience, wisdom, and advice to those they knew could benefit...
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Veterans are a strong component in the lifeblood of North Carolina’s economy. More than 769,000 veterans live in North Carolina, representing 9.8 percent of the state’s total population. There are over 87,000 veteran-owned firms in North Carolina, and together they...
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