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Ken Vennera

Advisor

Role and Company

General Counsel-Compliance Officer, BPI Holding Group LLC

Expertise

25 years experience in small business

Location

Norristown, PA

About Ken

I am very supportive of the military and veteran community and has worked with various military service organizations over the last 15 years and am more than willing to help servicemembers trying to transition to civilian business careers or starting their own business.

I also worked several years with the Wharton Small Business Development Center, consulted for Anderson Consulting (now Accenture) and has counseled numerous start-ups over the last 25 years, including as general counsel to two small cap publicly traded companies.

I have a solid background in business planning, analytics, forecasting, marketing, social media, intellectual property, contracting, policy, procedure, strategy, and compliance.

I revived, managed and grew a local Philadelphia Italian-American chamber of commerce into a viable business network in the region as well as a military service organization for the tri-state Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey region that assisted service members and their families with emergency financial assistance along with budgeting and other counseling. I was also responsible for organizing morale events and doing donor fundraising.

I holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with concentrations in Finance and Marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law Delaware and a Masters in Law degree from Villanova University School of Law.

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one year ago

How should I respond to the Salary Requirement question on a job application?

Michael 1) I would do the background research to see what the range in your region should be for that position...

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one year ago

Is it hard to land a job in the business world after graduation?

Latoiya: I have to agree with Emmanuel above. Those are the points I'd recommend and I think he said it...

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one year ago

What are you looking for former military leaders to provide to your organization?

Robert-- thank you for your dedication and service. Agree with the ACP Advisor-- it is all of the above and...

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one year ago

How can one begin to network in order to explore hiring opportunities?

Carlos, thank you for your service. I agree with some of the comments here-- definitely use LinkedIn, reach out to...

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