Press Releases

FIFO Wireless “Connects” with Broward SCORE’s Turnaround Team

Thu, 2013-03-21 05:51



FIFO Wireless is a successful distributor of wireless device accessories in 5 states, but this 13-year old company wants to expand nationwide and gain a dominant market share. FIFO Wireless President, Abraham Mekki, called on Broward SCORE’s Turnaround Team for guidance and formation of a strategic business plan to meet their goals.

Download the Latest Infographic with News on Small Business Financing from SCORE

Tue, 2013-03-19 09:47

Washington, D.C. - See how the small business community feels about acquiring capital and how they are securing financing, where are they looking, and how are they succeeding. New in 2013, SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses, will be releasing regular and timely infographics about small business topics and trends. Visit for more information or email questions to

SCORE Elects Drexel Metals Inc. Vice Chairman and Entrepreneur to Board of Directors

Tue, 2013-03-12 11:26

Washington, D.C. – SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses, welcomes to its Board of Directors, Rob Waite, a senior executive with diverse career experience ranging from small entrepreneurial ventures to Global 500 executive roles.  Like SCORE’s network of 12,000+ volunteer business mentors, Mr. Waite is passionate about helping fellow entrepreneurs grow their ventures and has served as a trusted, knowledgeable advisor to many. 

Strategic Alliance Partners

Wed, 2013-03-06 10:16

Emerging Leaders (e200) Recruitment Syracuse NY

Mon, 2013-02-25 16:30


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Broward SCORE Volunteers are judges in DECA High school District Competition

Wed, 2013-01-09 06:21


Broward SCORE Volunteers today participated as judges at the DECA High School District Competition, a one-day competition, which included events related to entrepreneurship, marketing and sales. As part of the competition, students presented their business plans, and gave marketing and sales presentations. Besides SCORE Volunteers, the event’s judges included staff and faculty members from the Huizenga Business School, as well as Entrepreneurship Council Members. Over 250 students from 18 schools participated.

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