Bradley-Morris Launches ExecuVets Program to Connect Companies with Executive Track Veterans

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Networking events will connect employers with mid-senior level business executives with top tier veteran talent.

ExecuVets launches new networking events to connect employers with top tier veteran talent

“We are excited to couple our extensive network of world-class veteran candidates together with employers to create opportunities for this group of exceptionally trained leaders to take our country into the future,” said Nic Stevens, executive director of ExecuVets and a U.S. Army veteran.

Bradley-Morris, the country’s leading company connecting organizations with veteran talent, announced today the launch of ExecuVets, a unique portfolio of networking events designed to engage employers with mid-senior level business executives who have top-tier private sector experience and served in the military.

The ExecuVets program was created based on the notion that many companies see the bottom-line value in hiring veterans, in particular for executive and management roles. According to LinkedIn’s veteran opportunity report*, veterans are 39% more likely to be promoted earlier than non-veterans.

That is because veterans possess skills from military training that are embedded into their work ethic, skills that non-veteran job candidates must learn through experiences as they escalate through management roles. For example, veterans are easily adaptable and accustomed to wearing many hats, trained to adapt quickly and efficiently, are experts in building team comradery and highly skilled at navigating political climate in a corporate structure. Those skills acquired during military service, coupled with the impressive careers the ExecuVets candidates have already achieved, ensure they are a high performing hire for any organization.

“We are excited to couple our extensive network of world-class veteran candidates together with employers to create opportunities for this group of exceptionally trained leaders to take our country into the future,” said Nic Stevens, executive director of ExecuVets and a U.S. Army veteran. “ExecuVets events are can’t miss opportunities for companies in all verticals to network with the highest tiers of veteran talent that consists of candidates for director, vice president and executive level roles within any organization. No other demographic brings more commitment to the mission of success in the civilian workplace.”

Registration is now open for companies and veteran candidates to attend 2020’s ExecuVets events:

  • May 21, 2020 in Chicago, IL at the Union League Club of Chicago
  • July 2020 in Austin, TX
  • September 2020 in New York City, NY

To learn more about ExecuVets or sign up today, visit https://execuvets.com/ and follow ExecuVets on LinkedIn.

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About Bradley-Morris, Inc.
Bradley-Morris, Inc. (http://www.Bradley-Morris.com), the largest military-focused recruiting company in the U.S., offers employers access to more than 1,000,000 military job seekers via services that include contingency recruiting as well as military job fairs and employer branding via its RecruitMilitary subsidiary.

About Execuvets
ExecuVets (https://execuvets.com/) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bradley-Morris (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting company in the U.S. ExecuVets works to connect top companies with executive and management level veteran talent.

About MBA Veterans Network
The MBA Veterans Network (http://www.mbaveterans.com) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bradley-Morris (BMI), the largest military-focused recruiting company in the U.S. MBA Veterans Network is an organization dedicated to connecting military veteran students and alumni at the world’s top-ranked universities with employers who value their elite academic credentials, military leadership abilities, and limitless career potential.

*Source: LinkedIn’s Veteran Opportunity Report https://socialimpact.linkedin.com/content/dam/me/linkedinforgood/en-us/resources/veterans/LinkedIn-Veteran-Opportunity-Report.pdf

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