Bunker Labs – a 501(c)(3) non-profit – is a national network of veteran entrepreneurs dedicated to helping new veteran entrepreneurs start their own business. Their vision is to empower the entrepreneurial dreams of the military connected community and they are committed to seeing that every entrepreneur in the veteran community has the network, tools, and resources they need to start their own business.
One way that Bunker Labs provides these resources is through Bunker Brews events. Bunker Brews is a monthly meet-up where the Bunker Labs community — veterans, military spouses, and civilians alike can network with subject matter experts, investors, thought leaders, creating a robust environment for growth and development.
HomeServe was proud to recently sponsor a Bunker Brews event in Denver, Colorado, and participate in the panel discussion: “Marketing and Branding – How to Make Your Phone Ring.” I was joined by three very talented co-panelists; Trevor Shirk, Founder and CEO of Strattex; Rob Bingham, Executive Director and CEO of Colorado Veterans Project and Kristin McFarland, President of Source Marketing Group, each of whom provided tremendous insight into branding, social media, email and event marketing.
At HomeServe, caring is in the fabric of our corporate culture. The HomeServe Cares Foundation is built upon four community pillars, including Caring for Veterans. The HomeServe Cares Foundation supports various programs and efforts that provided needed resources to our transitioning military and veteran families in communities across the U.S. A cornerstone of the Caring for Veterans pillar is the HomeServe Veterans Recruitment Initiative, which offers veterans opportunities to launch post-military careers in the plumbing, electrical and HVAC trades, and for other business functions here at HomeServe.
We are proud to have veterans as part of our HomeServe family and recognize the tremendous impact they have on our culture and community
To learn more about Bunker Labs, visit https://bunkerlabs.org/
Local to the Denver area? Check out the Colorado Veteran Project’s various events, including an annual Memorial Day Run & March, which raises over $100,000 and 40,000 pounds of food annually to help feed local homeless Veterans.
NLC Service Line Warranty Program, by HomeServe, partners with municipalities to educate homeowners and offer affordable protection against potentially costly service line repairs. The Program is provided at no cost to cities, and partner cities can receive royalties based on participation.
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