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Bunker Labs Partners with Geekdom to Support Veteran-Launched Startups
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Bunker Labs Partners with Geekdom to Support Veteran-Launched Startups

National veteran-focused nonprofit Bunker Labs and Geekdom, San Antonio’s collaborative startup community, have partnered to support veterans and service members transitioning from a military career to entrepreneurship.Bunker Labs supports veterans virtually and with in-person entrepreneurial programs in almost 40 major cities across the U.S. The San Antonio chapter first launched in 2016, only to shut down during the height of the pandemic in 2020. CEO Blake Hogan said Bunker Labs has since relaunched its three main programs in San Antonio.Read: Bunker Labs Relaunches San Antonio Chapter to Support Veteran Startups One of Bunker Labs' programs is their Veterans in Residence business incubator for veteran-owned and military spouse-owned startups. Bunker Labs is partnering with Gee...
Bunker Labs Relaunches San Antonio Chapter to Support Veteran Startups
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Bunker Labs Relaunches San Antonio Chapter to Support Veteran Startups

Great news for veterans — Bunker Labs is back in San Antonio, Texas.This national nonprofit organization is dedicated to supporting veterans and service members as they transition from a military career to entrepreneurship, with programs that can help them launch a startup or small business.Bunker Labs supports veterans virtually and with in-person entrepreneurial programs in almost 40 major cities across the U.S. The San Antonio chapter first launched in 2016, only to shut down during the height of the pandemic in 2020.CEO Blake Hogan said Bunker Labs has relaunched its three main programs in San Antonio.Veterans in ResidenceVeterans in Residence is a business incubator for veteran-owned and military spouse-owned startups. Bunker Labs partners with WeWork to deliver th...
Bunker Labs Partners with WeWork to Help ‘Vetrepreneurs’
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Bunker Labs Partners with WeWork to Help ‘Vetrepreneurs’

Active duty military members and veterans are well positioned for entrepreneurship, used to the discipline and demanding pace from a career in military service. Many “vetrepreneurs” benefit from joining a program tailored for military members to learn what it takes to launch a startup business. Since launching its San Antonio chapter in December 2017, Bunker Labs San Antonio has been busy providing this service, helping military members from the seventh floor of the downtown Rand Building in the Geekdom co-working space.Bunker Labs has partnered with the co-working space WeWork on a Veterans in Residence program. After incubating the new program in Denver, Bunker Labs is expanding this program nationally to provide fully sponsored workspace to 11 tribes or groups of 10 veterans across ...
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