Inc 500/5000 Conference and Mentor Fair


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Guys, I personally attended this event last year in Phoenix and it was the best conference I've ever attended.  Inc. goes out of their way to make you feel welcome and feel as part of their family.  They offer a high-level of support even when the conference is over...hell, especially when the conference is over.  If you have your own business, or are thinking of starting one, I highly recommend you apply for this program.  If you don't get selected, I highly encourage you to go anyway.

Chris

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line. MILITARY ENTREPRENEURS

ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR?

Are you ready to expand your business, but not sure where to start?

Could you benefit from having an Inc. 500 CEO on your side, ready to help?

Do you need an action plan to grow your business, hire new staff, or break into a new market? What's holding you back?

Burst through the barriers and join the Inc. Military Entrepreneur Program!

The Inc. Military Entrepreneurs Program will continue its mission to provide resources to military business owners by hosting a Mentor Fair at the Inc. 50015000 Conference & Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C.

YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE INC. MILITARY ENTREPRENEUR MENTOR FAIR WILL INCLUDE:

One-on-one mentoring sessions—with a CEO from Inc.'s 500 Fastest Growing Companies List / Small focus round tables—led by a CEO from Inc.'s 500 Fastest Growing Companies List / Networking with other Military Entrepreneurs / Key note speeches from Norm Brodsky, founder, CitiStorage; partner, Black Gold Suites and Inc. columnist and Giovanni Feroce, CEO, Alex and Ani; former U.S. Army field grade officer and Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veteran

SELECTION IN THE INC. MILITARY ENTREPRENEUR SPECIAL DELEGATION WILL INCLUDE:

One-on-one mentoring sessions—with a paired CEO from Inc.'s 500 Fastest Growing Companies List / One-on-one mentor pairing with an alumni Military Entrepreneur / Special meet and greet with an all-star Inc. 500 I 5000 keynote speaker / Full-access to all conference keynotes and breakout sessions / Two receptions, two breakfasts, and two lunches throughout conference /VIP seating at Inc. 50015000 Black-Tie Gala & Awards Ceremony / Take-home resources from top business experts

'Special delegation is only available to those running a business. Selection is based on strength and need of applicant.

Accepted applications will be notified on or around September 13, 2013. Only fully filled out applicants will be considered. If selected, chosen applicants will receive further information regarding event details and their participation. The Inc. Entrepreneurs Program is free to attend. Participants are responsible for all travel costs related to the conference. For questions concerning the application, please email Natalie Thomas at nthomasfainc.com. Please follow faIncOnStage I #incvets.

Those interested in attending must submit a completed application by September 5, 2013 to qualify for the special delegation. We will accept applications for the Mentor Fair through October 1. For more information and to apply visit: www.inc.com/military-entreprenuers. Inc. Magazine is one of the top business publications focused exclusively on fast-growing, privately held Companies.

FOR A FULL AGENDA, LIST OF SPEAKERS AND ALL CONFERENCE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE1
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The Jones Act and the U.S. Military

Maritime LogoThe Merchant Marine Act of 1920, more commonly known as the Jones Act, has been protecting seamen and merchant marines, as well as supporting the U.S. Military for decades. It is a law that allows maritime workers to seek compensation from employers, that regulates commerce in U.S. waterways, and that enforces U.S. law on all vessels in the country, foreign or domestic.

Rights for Mariners and Supporting a Strong Military

One of the most important things the Jones Act does is allow merchant marines and seamen to pursue damages from employers. This is important to the maritime industry in the U.S. because it forces employers to maintain safer work environments and to take responsibility when sloppy safety procedures or other factors lead to an injury or death. The right to seek compensation extends to dependent family members of anyone who dies in a maritime job because of negligence.

The Jones Act is also important in supporting the military. The law forces vessels in the U.S., as well as ports, terminals, and other facilities, to follow laws and to maintain productive and safe maritime work environments. When the U.S. goes to war the military can call ships, ports, technology, and infrastructure into action. The Jones Act ensures that these are in good working order in the event the military needs them.

Providing Information and Resources

MaritimeInjuryCenter.com provides up-to-date and researched information about everything related to maritime laws, especially the Jones Act, current events in the maritime industry, personal injury cases, and legal rights and opportunities. These are made available so that maritime workers, merchant marines, and others have the resources they need to exercise their rights. We can help you get the information you need about maritime legal matters and resources to legal experts. For more information contact our head of advocacy, Dan Griffin, at: Dgriffin@maritimeinjurycenter.com, or https://www.maritimeinjurycenter.com/contact/

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Today as a Military Spouse - Her Support

It is the end of a tough week for my wife. She had some VIPs and had to deliver a briefing today. After 16 years as a male military spouse, I think I've finally learned how to give her the best support.

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