Episode 74: Jeremy Boeh, Army Veteran, Entrepreneurship Advocate


Jeremy Boeh, Army Veteran, Entrepreneurship Advocate

Jeremy Boeh, Army Veteran, Entrepreneurship Advocate

Jeremy Boeh grew up in Cincinnati Ohio. He enlisted in the Army as an infantryman, and served in the same platoon in the 25th Infantry Division for over six years. Jeremy deployed twice to Iraq. While serving in Iraq, he applied to and  was awarded a Green to Gold Scholarship. The program allowed him to complete his degree at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC and receive a commission as an Army Officer. He is currently serving as an officer in the United States Army Reserves.


While at Wofford College, he became the Director of Entrepreneurship of The Space to: Launch. He has co-created a nationally recognized entrepreneurship program. He has served as an advisor to The Jonas Project, Happy Joe (Happy Joe founder James Dalman was featured in CYB 73), and many other organizations. Jeremy also does Startup Consulting for select clients.


You have got to build a platoon of resources wherever you are

Not enough people have a support system that is knowledgeable enough to believe in them to help them execute their idea

The reality is there is only one Mark Zuckerberg in the world….you have got to grind

Embrace hustling errors




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