Press Releases

SCORE Association Announces Election of Officers and New Board Director

Date
Wed, 2003-10-08 15:57

Washington, D.C.—The SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business” recently elected its officers for the next year, as well as one new board director. Carl Trautmann of St. Louis, Mo., will serve the second year of his two-year term as board chair. Other elected officers include James Pyles of Elkhart, Ind., who will serve as vice chair; Joseph Wollenberger of Charleston, W.V., elected as secretary; and Diane Sisson of Daphne, Ala., re-elected as treasurer.

“10 Tips to Start a Business” From the SCORE Association

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Wed, 2003-03-26 15:53

Washington, D.C.—The SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business” provides “10 Tips to Starting a Business” to those people are thinking of starting a business now that corporate layoffs are at the highest levels in years.

SCORE and Verizon SuperPages.com Expand Internet Learning Tutor with Launch of

Date
Fri, 2003-04-25 14:45

Washington, DC—The SCORE Association in cooperation with Verizon SuperPages.com launched Level 103 of the Internet Learning Tutor, with an online workshop on Internet Marketing. This online workshop is the third in a series provided free to entrepreneurs. The Internet Learning Tutor is available at www.superpages.com/ilt and in the Business Toolbox at www.score.org.

The SCORE Foundation Announces Election of Officers and New Board Director

Date
Mon, 2003-10-20 14:39

Washington, D.C.—The SCORE Foundation has re-elected its officers and elected one new board director for the upcoming year. Returning as board chair is R. Duncan Brown of Rockford, Ill. In addition, Patty DeDominic of Los Angeles was re-elected vice chair; Diane Sisson of Daphne, Ala., returns as secretary; and Ronnie McClure of Double Oak, Texas, was re-elected treasurer. The new member of the board of directors is Anthony Scaramucci of New York City. Their terms began October 1, 2003.

SCORE and USASBE Form National Alliance to Increase Availability of

Date
Tue, 2003-08-19 14:30

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Diane Sisson Re-elected as SCORE Association, SCORE Foundation Officer

Date
Thu, 2003-10-09 14:25

Washington, D.C.—Diane Sisson, of Daphne, Ala., has been re-elected treasurer of the SCORE Association and secretary of The SCORE Foundation. Sisson brings extensive experience as an advocate for small business to the boards. She began her terms on October 1, 2003.

SCORE Association Develops Spanish-Language Version of Popular Workbook

Date
Wed, 2002-12-11 13:41

Washington, D.C.─The SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business” has developed a Spanish-language version of its popular workbook, How to Really Start Your Own Business. The Spanish-language workbook, Cómo Comenzar Realmente Su Propio Negocio, covers topics important to prospective small business owners, such as defining and creating a business plan, finance options, infrastructure support and forecasting.

Robert Ronzoni Appointed Assistant Director for Strategic Alliances for SCORE Association

Date
Thu, 2002-07-11 13:34

Washington, D.C.—Robert Ronzoni of Port Washington, NY has been appointed assistant director for strategic alliances for the SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business.” In this national role, he will be responsible for forming strategic partnerships and increasing community alliance projects between SCORE and the business community. He will also aid SCORE’s mission of providing small business counseling and training to America’s entrepreneurs, by helping SCORE form alliances.

Fostering Small Business Success on the Entrepreneur’s Terms

Date
Wed, 2010-09-01 13:28

By Ken Yancey, SCORE CEO

At few times in history has the small business marketplace been so important and dynamic. Confidence in large corporations is at an all time low; the unemployment rate is at its highest level since 1994. At the same time, people are actively seeking work situations that give them flexibility and a greater sense of ownership in the success of the company. The NBA continues to be an outstanding supporter of entrepreneurs; and SCORE—through its business counseling and resources, provide solutions that help the transformation in the marketplace.

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