SCORE in the News

Princeton SCORE Announces Small Business Recovery Workshop for New Jersey Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Date
Sat, 2013-08-03 08:00

Princeton SCORE Announces Small Business Recovery Workshop for New Jersey Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy

National Non-Profit Assists NJ Small Business Owners - Matthew White

Date
Mon, 2013-07-29 11:18

Founded in 1964, SCORE has helped more than 10 million aspiring entrepreneurs, and now they are lending their support to New Jersey small business owners hit hard by Sandy.

The non-profit has over 350 mentors on the ground, plus another 150 in reserve to meet the needs of small business owners.

“The mission of SCORE is to help small businesses start, improve, grow,” Dick Leslie, Volunteer Mentor, said. “Our motto is: ‘we’re there for the life of your business.’”

 

Starting A Business? SCORE Will Help! - Francene Marie Morris

Date
Wed, 2013-07-24 12:17

Starting your own business? Need a business plan template? Need a mentor to help you through the steps of owning a viable business? Listen to Bill Baker give some answers on The Francene Marie talk show.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE SHOW

It Takes a Family Effort to Launch Energy Drinks and More - Tom Eblen

Date
Mon, 2013-07-15 10:22

Wayne and Sandra Marlowe of Nicholasville and their five grown children share many active pursuits: biking, hiking, swimming, running — and entrepreneurship.

Program Pairs Animals with Notes During Piano Lessons - Val Prevish

Date
Mon, 2013-07-15 09:50

Deborah Thompson had no experience running a small business when she launched Pianimals Kids Club in 2012. For help, she contacted SCORE, an arm of the Small Business Administration and a free counseling service for small-business owners.

Thane Brown of Cincinnati is Thompson’s SCORE counselor. He worked for P&G for 36 years in engineering and manufacturing roles, retiring as director of North American Engineering.

The Business World Gets Bigger at MCC - Alan Campbell

Date
Fri, 2013-07-12 14:53

Ketura Jean-Louis from Haiti wants to design and make clothing, and offer imports. Qusai Damrah of Jordan has plans for a waste management system that involves creating aluminum ductwork into which apartment dwellers will be able to drop their garbage and have it slide into a large, outside container. The Jordanian students are participating in the Institute for Future Entrepreneurs Exchange, a partnership between EICC and the Jordanian Al-Quds College.

Over 50, Female and Starting a Business: 6 Essentials to Consider

Date
Wed, 2013-07-10 10:52

Are you a woman nearing retirement, but thinking about starting a business?

Woman-owned businesses are a critical part of the U.S. economy, numbering 7.8 million according to the latest Census data, and growing at twice the rate of men-owned businesses. For women over the age of 50, small business ownership affords many benefits – additional income, a flexible lifestyle and that unbeatable feeling that comes with being your own boss.

4 Must-Have Tech Tools for Boomers - Andrea Coombes

Date
Tue, 2013-07-09 15:53

You’ve got a smartphone, tablet and active Twitter account? This story is not for you. But if you’re a boomer job seeker or someone who just wants to stay connected to their career—and you’re feeling just a twinge of tech fear or uncertainty—read on.

A smartphone helps you learn technology, said Nancy Strojny, chairwoman of the Portland, Maine, chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit that offers free mentoring to aspiring business owners.

Business Experts Offer Post-Sandy Advice - Ryan Parmer

Date
Mon, 2013-07-08 13:56

SCORE hosted a roundtable discussion, offering advice for small business owners in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.  Members say their main goal is to help bring tourists back to the area.

The group is made up of business experts, who volunteer from as far away as California.  SCORE has more than 13,000 volunteers nationwide.

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