Following our two PPP Information sessions, Ryan Guina and Kirby Atwell are back to discuss the newly released guidelines and application for loan forgiveness of the PPP.
Bunker Labs #All_In Virtual Town Hall is a 30-45 minute live conversation. Be prepared to participate in a live Q&A with other business leaders who have been through tough and uncertain times like the one we are currently experiencing amidst the coronavirus crisis.
This conversation is part of the #All_In initiative, created to inspire and equip the entrepreneurs in our military connected community to continue moving their businesses forward.
Registered attendees will receive a link and instructions on how to join the Virtual Town Hall in their confirmation email.
*This event will be recorded. Participation in the meeting indicates your consent to being included in the meeting recording.
After serving as an officer in the US Army from 2005 – 2011, Kirby left the military to pursue his passion as a full time entrepreneur launching and scaling two different real estate investment companies in succession.
His first business, iCandy Homes, focused on flipping properties in the Chicagoland area. After completing over 70 deals from 2011-2016, Kirby transitioned to his current company Green Vet Homes, a cause-driven real estate business focused on rehabbing and renting houses to homeless veterans. Green Vet Homes currently owns and rents 15 single family homes and one 11 unit apartment building, with plans to provide further quality veteran housing in the future.
After being involved with Bunker Labs as a veteran entrepreneur for several years, Kirby was hired as the COO of Bunker Labs in 2017.
Kirby holds a BA from United States Military Academy at West Point, and a MBA from the University of Illinois Chicago. While in the military, Kirby served as a Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Aide-de-Camp to the Commanding General of the 94th AAMDC, and Commander of the AN/TPY-2 homeland defense radar site in Shariki, Japan.
Visit www.BunkerLabs.org, www.greenvethomes.com, or www.kirbyatwell.com for info.
Ryan Guina is a military veteran and the founder of the popular personal finance sites CashMoneyLife.com and TheMilitaryWallet.com. These sites focus on helping people make smart financial decisions and improve their quality of life. He has written articles for multiple online publications, including Forbes.com, Military.com, US News and World Report, Yahoo Finance, Reserve & National Guard Magazine, and others. His sites have been referenced in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, LifeHacker, and others.