Princeton SCORE Announces Small Business Fair...Opportunity to Learn, Connect & Network!
As the economy slowly improves, small businesses still struggle to secure needed financing, find and keep talented employees and attract new customers. The Small Business Fair will provide a unique opportunity to learn and network as it connects local small businesses and start-up entrepreneurs with agencies and other resources available to assist them in starting or improving their small business.
In addition to SCORE counselors and Library staff, Business Fair participants will include:
More exhibitors are expected as the date gets closer. Inquiries about becoming an exhibitor can be directed to Bill Litchman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library research staff will also be on hand to demonstrate available business databases and other resources at the Library to support small businesses.
This year, Princeton SCORE is adding a new offering - four Mini-Seminars to provide a taste of the many educational programs they offer throughout the year. Topics for these mini-seminars will include:
Additional information and registration details for these mini-seminars is available on the Princeton SCORE website.
This is the fifth year for the Fair with previous events attracting dozens of exhibitors and hundreds of attendees. The Business Fair exemplifies the strong partnership between Princeton SCORE and the Princeton Public Library. Since this partnership began 9 years ago, the number of small business owners and start-ups seeking business advice from SCORE's volunteer counselors has grown dramatically. In 2012, Princeton SCORE assisted more than 400 clients in free, private, and confidential counseling sessions. As the economy slowly recovers and unemployment remains high, demand for these services is stronger than ever, as Princeton SCORE helps local small businesses get started and grow...one business at a time!
Princeton SCORE, a non-profit, volunteer resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, supports Mercer and Middlesex counties with 40+ small business owners and executives who volunteer their time and expertise to help others start a new business or help improve the profitability of existing ones. To set up an appointment for free counseling sessions, call 609-393-0505. On-line counseling is also available at www.score.org. For more information about Princeton SCORE and its free seminars, workshops, events, and tutorials, visit www.princeton.score.org.