Published Jun. 16, 2011
These tools can be your first step towards small business success. Then, get advice to help you on your way.
Business Planning Templates
Use the templates below, then meet with a SCORE mentor for expert business planning advice.
Published Apr. 18, 2014
The Exit Coach Radio Show announced a new interview series has begun that features leaders of Chapter 114 of SCORE, the national organization of volunteers who work with business owners to help them start, develop, grow and prepare to sell their businesses.
Broward SCORE Participated in South Florida Minority Supplier Development Council’s 29th Annual Business Exposition on March 21st, 2014.
SCORE Volunteers Angelica Love Valentine and George Gremse informed attendees about SCORE services and discussed business counseling and workshop programs.
It’s no surprise that a bowl of tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich is a national comfort food.
What may be surprising is that grilled cheese has created a sustainable business for entrepreneur Emily Frank, owner of C’est Cheese Food Truck Inc. of Cincinnati.
Frank, 39, of Kenwood, has been selected a SCORE Client Success for her hard work, profitability and vision to form and organize the Cincinnati Food Truck Association. Her 2-year old company was a 2012 finalist in the Bad Girl Ventures micro-lending class.
Published Jan. 30, 2014
Este taller de negocios online gratis te ayudará: identificar formas su empresa puede crecer y atraer a nuevos socios e inversores.
By Susan G. Massey, CPA, Certified SCORE Mentor
Are you ready to start your own business, or buy an existing business or franchise operation? For most prospective business owners, one of the first questions is “Where will I get the money?” There are many possible financing resources to consider.
Published Jul. 5, 2013
SCORE's CEO, Kenneth R. Yancey, gives advice for those seeking to start on a business on a budget.
So you want to start a business, but you don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars to put into the launch? Getting a bank loan or attracting investors aren’t your only startup financing options. Try doing what most startup entrepreneurs do—bootstrap your business.
Bootstrappers start on a shoestring and put all the profits of the company back into their business. This is smart because you don’t owe anyone anything and you don’t have to give up ownership in your business. Here are 4 ways to bootstrap your business.
Published Jun. 15, 2013
The Worcester Business Resource Alliance (WBRA) is a loose network of business professionals, technical assistance providers, lenders, and community development organizations that provide services to entrepreneurs, small business owners and managers in Central Massachusetts. Each month, representatives meet to collaborate and update each other on upcoming events. Current WBRA member organizations are outlined for the convenience of prospective clients at http://wbra.wordpress.com/organizations/.
The latest update of upcoming WBRA business events is found at http://wbra.wordpress.com/upcoming-events/.
Published Apr. 29, 2013
This document provides an overview of the CDC's business loan programs.