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Amazing.com, a leading online education site for entrepreneurs, has just announced that they are giving active duty military and veterans a full six-month free membership to their selection of courses.
Their step-by-step courses have helped thousands start and grow their own businesses from the ground-up. Now, they’re focusing on giving back to military members with this special discount.
After talking with one of the Amazing.com members, a United States Army Special Forces officer, at a recent live event, and hearing his story, Matt Clark, the CEO of Amazing.com, knew he had to do something for the military.
Building a business can be confusing and challenging, but with step-by-step training, like that offered in Amazing.com’s courses, it’s much simpler. All of the courses are taught by real-world entrepreneurs who have built their own successful businesses.
You can learn how to build a consumer products business, a mobile app business, or just about any other type of business. Then, once your business is up and running, you can learn how to grow it through Facebook advertising, Google advertising, and more, all with courses included in the Amazing.com membership.
The membership also includes access to a private community of members so you can meet, engage with, and learn from the course instructors and other people building their own businesses.
Amazing.com thanks you for your service and wants to see you create financial freedom for yourself and your family by starting and growing your own successful business.
Matt is the CEO and Co-founder of Amazing.com, an eLearning platform that offers step-by-step courses on how to build successful businesses. He’s a serial entrepreneur and investor that has helped sell over $200 million worth of products and services online. He’s been featured in Forbes, Business.com, Under30CEO, and more. Matt is a graduate of the #1-ranked undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the United States, the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston, Matt graduated summa cum laude with a double-major in finance and entrepreneurship.