SCORE in the News

Tutoring Company Learns How to Grow - Jenny Staletovich

Date
Mon, 2013-07-01 15:00

• The Business: Gables Tutoring, www.gablestutoring.com, 1880 S. Red Rd. in Miami, started by a public high school teacher to help students after school with college entrance test prep and individual subjects.

• The Expert: Carlos Blanco, a former sales and marketing executive, founder of Aftermath and ERTexting and a volunteer counselor with SCORE Miami-Dade.

Help Wanted! How to Find a Mentor to Help You Drive Your Business - Fran Tarkenton

Date
Mon, 2013-07-01 10:05

In this article and webcast for the June 29 Success Saturday event, Fran Tarkenton met with Mark Dobosz, President of the SCORE Foundation, at National Small Business Week in Washington, D.C. At an event focused on celebrating entrepreneurs and giving them the best chance to succeed, Fran and Mark discussed one of the best things a small business owner can do to improve his or her chance of succeeding: mentorship.

SCORE Helps Novices Start, Improve Small Businesses - Jill Thurston

Date
Thu, 2013-06-27 10:05

Giving a twist to the adage, "you can't teach an old dog new tricks," SCORE has as its motto: "We teach new dogs old tricks."

The "old tricks" come from seasoned business people, mainly retirees, who volunteer to offer their expertise to the next generation.

Entrepreneurial Ally - Stephanie Harris-Holley

Date
Thu, 2013-06-27 09:59

Turning your passion into a business is a fantastic endeavor, but it also includes a great deal of work and risk. Charlotte entrepreneurs don’t have to take the journey all alone. SCORE, a national nonprofit organization, offers numerous resources to support entrepreneurs.

Job losses that occurred during the recession spurred many into action as entrepreneurs. Davida Jackson is one of the many  who suffered a job loss. She had experience in the communications field, but after her job loss, she didn’t take the often-traveled path toward public relations.

Answers to All Your Questions About Web-Video Traffic - David Wolinsky

Date
Mon, 2013-06-24 16:20

Lord bless SCORE and its small business success blog. If you’re unfamiliar, SCORE describes itself as a “a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.”

Local Businesses SCORE Help - Samantha Sadlier

Date
Fri, 2013-06-14 11:06

During the recession, Sunset Framers owners Michael and Debbie Foot knew they needed to change some of their business plan to increase profits.

Although they had been in business for more than a decade, times were changing. Michael Foot said their marketing approach was in need of a reset in order to reach more customers.

That is when the two knew they needed to contact SCORE, a non-profit organization available to provide assistance to new and existing businesses, Foot said.

Are Criminal Background Checks Illegal? - Gabrielle Karol

Date
Fri, 2013-06-14 09:33

Can employers get in trouble for using criminal background checks in the hiring process? Technically, yes.

SCORE spokesman Raj Tumber says background checks are crucial both for the protection of the employer and for the safety of other employees working at a business.

“Legal issues can sometimes backfire for the company,” when hiring an employee with prior criminal convictions, says Tumber.

He says small businesses should follow guidelines of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, to ensure all checks are legal.

Small Business Makeover: Finding the Ticket to Smarter Marketing - Julie Landry Laviolette

Date
Tue, 2013-06-04 11:39

The client: Complete Ticket Solutions, 5201 Anglers Ave., Suite 103, Fort Lauderdale, has 11 full-time employees and handles ticket operations for more than 150 events a year, which have included five Super Bowls, the Olympics in Greece and large local events.

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