Challenging times call for trusted business guidance and education.
With Covid-19 came confusion and tough questions for small business owners about the disruption of operations, impacts to revenue, and the safety of their employees and customers.
To answer business owners’ questions, SCORE developed Small Business Resilience Training.
Our Resilience Training provides educational materials and online workshops so your small business can adapt, reopen and grow successfully through Covid-19 or any disaster. We also offer industry-specific training to help you with challenges unique to your line of business.
Learn how to turn today’s obstacles into opportunities for growth with our Resilience Training resources and webinars.
Returning to work post COVID-19 and the OSHA regulations and measures to provide a safe work environment for employees and customers Read more
Managing risk to make a business stronger and more resilient as well as increasing your success. Read more
Erik Shaw is the embodiment of SCORE's future. He meshes the emotional intelligence to work with other cultures, with the process required for a startup to survive and scale.
Monica Rakoczy, owner of EnterTRAINING Solutions, LLC is a proud Woman-Owned Business (WOB) able to compete in a male-dominated field by pivoting to create doors through every challenge.
Meet New SCORE Subject Matter Expert Michael Heiner, an IT Specialist with almost ten years of experience to contribute to both our clients and mentors.
SCORE Chapter 16, in partnership with Language Beyond Borders, is investing in the rich diversity of the region, as it extends it reach to any non-English speaking client seeking mentoring services for their new or existing businesses
SCORE mentor Jim Frey has been working with his client Blake Ringenberg, founder of Gethsemane Counseling & Coaching Services, since November of 2018.
SCORE Client Kauffmans Kitchens launches major expansion.
Darcy Taylor was faced with an unimaginable situation in the spring of 2020 when the COIVD-19 epidemic forced the closure of Salon Enso and the lay-off of her entire staff of beloved team members.
If you're still using last quarter's marketing plan, you may be missing opportunities to reach your current customer base. Read more