Thank You from the Inc. 500/5000 Military Entrepreneurs
Earlier this month, CWB traveled to Phoenix to participate in the Inc. Military Entrepreneur Fair at the Inc. 500/5000 Conference. Out of the 70 applications, 40 veterans and military spouses were able to meet with 60 CEOs on October 3 for the Mentor Fair. CWB was proud to be a part of this fantastic event and we were very pleased to hear such fantastic feedback from the mentoring participants:
As I started my morning today, I could not help but smile and think of what a wonderful week it has been. I cannot begin to express my sincere appreciation for Inc., for the magic they worked to make the Inc 500/5000 the most spectacular business event imaginable. From the greeting at the door to the meticulous schedule management and VIP treatment in everything we participated in – it all was simply perfect. Thank you for recognizing Military Entrepreneurs and doing so in such a brilliant manner. Inc. is amazing.
- Kevin Sullivan, veteran
Attending the Inc. 500|5000 Conference was hands down the single most pivotal thing I could have ever done for my business at this time. I feel so tremendously blessed to have been given the opportunity to showcase KinderJam to an audience of entrepreneurs who could instantly take my business to the next level if they believe in my "WHY". I am externally grateful and humbled to have had the experience of the past three days. This was my "Shark Tank" experience. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!!!!
- El Brown, military spouse
Being a veteran entrepreneur and Pat Tillman military scholar we are part of a tight knit community which is like our family. I feel fortunate to have the Inc 500/5000 which I also feel is family to me. They have opened their arms wide opened to accept and mentor us military entrepreneurs. They are some of the most positive and motivating people that I have been around and your spirit comes alive when you are amongst them. Thanks for everything and I look forward to growing with the military entrepreneur program.
- Tim Smith, veteran