Are you a veteran looking for a space in Sacramento set up your business and network with fellow entrepreneurs who are veterans? Did you know that there’s a non-profit organization right here in Sacramento with an incubator geared to helping veterans succeed as entrepreneurs?

The Disabled Veteran Business Alliance (DVBA) is proud to be a part of the Valley Extends business incubator at McClellan Business Park in the Sacramento Valley.  They have eight spots in the DVBA Incubator for former servicemen and –women who want to be their own boss and start their own business.  

For a nominal fee you can set up shop, network with fellow veteran entrepreneurs, and take advantage of the exciting atmosphere in the Valley Extends space.  The DVBA Incubator offers you not only your own workspace, Wi-Fi, and other business peripherals, but the unique opportunity to work among other veterans and business startups.  Not only that, but you will have access to the Valley Extends business development team, who specialize in helping ideas turn into profits in as short a time as possible.  

Join the over 2.5 million veterans in America who are in business for themselves and their families.  The DVBA Incubator is here to help you get started.  For more information, call Brock Kelly, DVBA Deputy Executive Director, at 916-749-0066.