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Marketing Strategist Robbin Block Shares Her Expertise on the SCORE Small Business Success Blog in May

Date
Fri, 2011-05-06 09:40

Washington, D.C.SCORE, America’s premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs, announces that Robbin Block of Seattle, WA, appears as a SCORE guest blogger in May. Visit the SCORE Small Business Success Blog at http://blog.score.org/ to view her posts.

SCORE and American Express OPEN on the Road Driving Small Business Growth

Date
Mon, 2011-05-02 09:32

Tour Provides Boost for Small Business Owners Nationally with Coaching Program and Workshop Series

New York City – SCORE and American Express OPEN announce the 2011 schedule for “Small Business High Speed Growth,” a multi-city tour designed to help small business owners develop strategies to and provide them with educational and coaching programs to identify new opportunities for business growth.

 

This spreadsheet walks you through the process of developing an integrated set of financial projections.
 

 

This spreadsheet walks you through the process of developing an integrated set of financial projections.
 

Financing Resources for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Southeastern Massachusetts

 

Springfield SCORE has provided a list of useful links to business and government resources useful in starting, expanding or operating your business.

 

“Ultimate Business Planner” is a Windows based software tool that significantly eases the burden of writing a formal business plan. It guides you through each business-planning step quickly and easily.

Ultimate Business Planner® 5.0

For Windows 98/2000/NT/XP/Vista/7

Business Survival

Business Survival

 

Self-Assessment

Ask yourself:

1.      How does cash flow into and out of my company throughout the year?

2.      Are we able to meet our current financial obligations and goals, and can we accommodate future changes without exceeding our budget?

3.      With a reasonable degree of accuracy, what will our funds balance be at the end of this month? Mid-way through the fiscal year? At the end of the year?

4.      What is our "cash plan" for the coming month, quarter or year?

 

 Self-Assessment

Ask yourself:

Simple Business Plan Template

Simple Business Plan Template

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