SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon is proud to bring you Roundtables!
Our Roundtable sessions are a space to gather, meet, and learn from other small business owners around the Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
We have worked to create a cohesive brand and structure for our various Roundtables that will best benefit our members and visitors. SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon started the first Roundtable 10 years ago and it is still implementing these beneficial sessions every month. SCORE Chapters around the nation have adopted this format and make it a part of their offering similar to Lancaster-Lebanon. Over 150 companies have participated in our Roundtables.
- SCORE roundtables provide valuable information to leaders of small businesses and nonprofit organizations – from exploration of common issues to sharing best practices to networking – all from different perspectives – practical and experiential, not theoretical.
- Each meeting focuses on one area of business, such as pricing, finance, marketing, cash flow management, insurance, technology, unemployment compensation, healthcare, social media, cybersecurity, credit management and strategic planning.
- Currently, SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon facilitates 9 business roundtables. SCORE mentors facilitate the meetings and serve as subject matter experts when appropriate. Meetings are discussion-based; members share best practices, issues, ideas, and concerns.
- There is no fee for participation in SCORE roundtables. We request advance registration because space is limited.
Sign up for a Roundtable today and see the difference being a part of SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon can make for your small business.
Please call (717) 397-3092 to sign up!
Contractors & Service
Lancaster County Chamber "Lunch & Learn"
Elizabethtown Chamber Members
Southern Lancaster County Chamber Members
Palmyra Area Business Association Members
Northern Lancaster County Chamber Members "Lunch & Learn"
The Emerald "Lunch & Learn"
The Candy Factory "Lunch & Learn"
Meet Our Facilitators
Pictured From Left to Right: Tom Burgum, Fred Engle, Hugh MacMaster, Ed England, Henry Michel
Not Pictured: Dave Templeton