Looking for a Small Business for Veterans?
Nexterus Might Be Perfect for You
The Nexterus franchise is a great small business for veterans.
You might be wondering why our supply chain franchise opportunity would be a good fit for you as a veteran. Well, we have more than 70 years’ experience in supply chain management and logistics here at Nexterus. We work with executives of small and medium-sized companies to help them strategically achieve business objectives and perceived barriers to growth.
The bottom line is that we care about getting things right for our clients. Through our software and expertise, we model the current business operation and varying options based on what the business would like to achieve. Perhaps they are trying to penetrate a new market, or their inventory levels are too high. Maybe they are spending too much money in freight/transportation or perhaps they’re contemplating a merger or acquisition. Whatever the challenge, we build a strategy to eliminate all guesswork, assumptions and ultimately risk.
Our veteran’s business opportunity is also great if you’re looking to help others.
Supply chain management services are in high demand by small and medium-sized businesses in your area, so why not be at the forefront, and deliver a solution that works? Spending in the U.S. logistics and transportation industry is around $1.5 trillion, and that number is set to rise in the next few years. Now is the perfect time to get involved at the heart of the action.
Our franchise model is tried and tested and uses the knowledge and experiences we’ve built up over 70 years in business. We offer comprehensive training and support so that you can hit the ground running with your new company – consulting and managing the supply chain for your customers – without getting too bogged down learning back office operations.
It doesn’t matter if you think you don’t have the relevant skills and expertise to run a small business for veterans. As part of the Military family we know that you understand the importance and realities organizations face moving large quantities of product over great distances. Whether that’s men or women, equipment, products or packages, the core principles are the same.