SCORE in the News

SCORE NYC, SBA Assist Small Businesses Affected by Sandy - Tarice L.S. Gray

Date
Fri, 2012-11-30 10:42

SCORE NYC has partnered with the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) New York District Office to offer resources and services to small businesses hurt by Hurricane Sandy.

The collaborative effort will offer free counseling and comprehensive business assessment, as well as development strategies designed to keep small companies afloat during the recovery process.

Through the Years, SCORE Has Helped Small Businesses Thrive - Pamela Manson

Date
Thu, 2012-11-29 11:30

With its friendly atmosphere and large array of goods, Blazing Needles in Sugar House is typically filled with customers. And thanks to the help of SCORE, a nonprofit association that for years has paired small businesses with mentors, the knitting shop’s clientele may increase even more.

Owner Cynthia Mills has been working with Ron Baron, an experienced business executive who’s providing guidance on how to grow her enterprise. After just one meeting, his input already has made a difference, according to Mills.

Critical Tattoo of Carson City Serves Worldwide Market - Yun Long

Date
Thu, 2012-11-29 11:19

Carson City-based Critical Tattoo is making its mark in the world. Owners Sarah and Kenneth Brown developed a product for the niche tattoo market because of his passion for body art. They design, manufacture and distribute tattoo equipment for a global market, including power supplies, wireless foot pedals and tattoo machines.

Wilton Duo Launches Fitness Fashion Boutique - Heather Borden Herve

Date
Thu, 2012-11-29 09:27

In two short years, Maxine Berg and Lindsay Prospect grew their workout apparel business, Jade, from dream to the reality of opening their Darien store.  In the process they won loyal customers and evolved from novices to savvy community retailers.

New Deli Sells Tastes of Polish Heritage - George Nelson

Date
Wed, 2012-11-28 10:01

Marta Mazur, a native of Gdynia, Poland, moved to the United States in 1981 and previously lived on the East Coast, where there are "tons of little ethnic stores, especially the Polish delis, and I missed that when I moved to the Youngstown area," she said. Mazur now lives, appropriately enough, in Poland, the Valley suburb -- and after driving long distances to purchase authentic Polish products, she decided to open her own deli.

Two Day Seminar Offered for Louisiana Veterans

Date
Tue, 2012-11-27 16:32

"SCORE Acadiana invites Louisiana veterans to a two-day seminar November 29 and 30 at the Fairfield Inn & Suites, 1606 W. Pinhook Drive, Lafayette. This Simple Steps to Starting a Business workshop is part of the national organization's Veterans Fast Launch Initiative designed to help veterans start and grow a profitable business."

 

At 84, Mainer Gets Handle on Business of Knives

Date
Mon, 2012-11-26 13:03

Bruce Bohrmann's magic, after 50 years of honing, still flows from his fingertips.  In the last two years, Bohrmann's hobby has exploded into a full-fledgled business.

When Bohrmann's commemorative knife took off, one local SCORE mentor, Skip Orem, was fascinated with Bohrmann's process.  "I got so enthralled by what he was doing, I said, 'I think I'll take this guy,' " said Orem, 83, of Harpswell, a former submariner and executive of a marine propulsion company.

 

Groupon and SCORE Unite to Help Small Businesses

Date
Wed, 2012-11-21 10:30

 

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Tips For Opening an At-home Business - Sherri Richards

Date
Thu, 2012-11-15 10:03

Tanya McFarland and Courtney Miller both say they jumped into owning a business with their “eyes wide shut.”  The two women had worked together at a portrait studio for more than a decade. Shortly after McFarland quit to spend more time with her family, Miller called asking if she wanted to open a photography business together.

Building Your Business by Expanding Your Network - Lauren Nevada Batchelder

Date
Wed, 2012-11-14 15:17

Lauren Nevada started out making party dresses for herself and friends but a large order from a prominent retail store made her realize the business "needed to become more established."  She sought the help of her local SCORE chapter and SBA location.  She says "Both ended up being life-savers because they introduced me to the nitty-gritty aspects of creating a business. I could never have started my business without their mentorship."

 

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