Restaurants and Hospitality

Judith A Edwards

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Chapter: Canton SCORE

Languages:English

How I can help you

Project manager and line manager in both defense and commercial manufacturing for over 30 years. Projects included systems developments for avionics, client server transaction processing applications, and quality process systems. Managed outsourced software developments.

Currently, adjunct professor in math & computer science.

counseling areas:  profit and non-profit boards, grant and proposal writing, technology based business, women in business

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<p> BS Mathematics Education MA Mathematics PhD Computer Science</p>

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Vernon E Tabor

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Bartlett, TN

Chapter: SCORE Memphis

Languages:English

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MA,&nbsp;Personnel Management,&nbsp;Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI</p>

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BA, Hospitality Business, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI</p>

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Thomas G Kutchera

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Elm Grove, WI

Languages:English

How I can help you

Experienced in Business Plans, business operations, strategic planning, sales training, marketing strategies, startup planning.  Managed sales, operations, purchasing, bookkeeping, marketing, hiring and HR policies, credit and collections, accounts payable, Profit Sharing Retirement Plan - of small regional food processing and distribution business in SE Wisconsin, both wholesale & retail parts. Under USAID performed consulting assignments to medium-sized regional businesses in Russia, Ukraine[x 3], Croatia which were emerging from the Soviet style command economy -1998-2003.

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BS - Economics MA - English Literature

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An advisory board is an informal group. This is not a board of directors. It is a group of mentors. The group has no financial interest in your firm. This is a group of outside advisors who share their knowledge to help you be more competitive, think strategically and offer specific advice in key skill areas.

The benefits of an advisory board include: setting aside time to think strategically, obtain feedback and insights from outside the company, and gather information and expertise from peers who have knowledge in different areas than your own. In general, a three to five person board will likely meet your needs.

This documents reviews types of business insurance available and provides some information on each.

This document explains the importance of your credit score, the method used in its calculation, how it's used and how to obtain a copy.

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One in two new restaurants fails within two years. If you're thinking of trying to beat the odds,
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Three and a half years ago Gary Fuller was vice president of operations for a Cincinnati Bell affiliate. But what he really
liked to do was cook. Two years and $400,000 into a new career, Fuller and his wife, Kelly Kimberly, a public relations

Steven M Willinger

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Bristol, TN

Chapter: Bristol SCORE

Languages:English

How I can help you

I specialize in working with Independent Professionals such as consultants, coaches, counselors, trainers, speakers, sales, marketing and financial professionals.

The clients I work with are great at what they do professionally but struggle with the marketing part of their business. They want to know how to attract more clients with ease and without compromising their integrity.

Here's what I help my clients do:

  • Get clear about your vision and what you want to accomplish
  • Discover what may be holding you back and overcome it
  • Evaluate your strategy and design a sustainable business model
  • Overcome fear, procrastination, and self-doubt
  • Solve problems, eliminate obstacles, and avoid pitfalls
  • Locate resources, make connections, and build alliances
  • Gain perspective, get feedback, and discover new ideas
  • Set realistic goals, stay true to your vision, and on track with your plans

I have the skills and experience to help you and your business with:

  • Practical visioning, strategy, and planning
  • Discovering and overcoming inner saboteurs
  • Developing your potential as an entrepreneur, manager, and leader
  • Marketing tactics, tools, skills, and messaging
  • Business models, product design, and program development
  • Managing projects and people
  • Learning attitudes and habits that allow you to thrive

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<p> California State University - Chico, CA&nbsp;</p> <p> Butte Junior College, Durham, CA&nbsp;</p> <p> Las Plumas High School, Oroville, CA</p>

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Leonard Van Regenmorter

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Beaverton, OR

Chapter: Portland SCORE

Languages:English, German

How I can help you

Worked on the Mercuy, Gemini, and Apollo space programs with Honeywell Aerospace. Program manager at Control Data Corporation. Director of Engineering at a super computer company. Consultant to high tech companies. Volunteer at SCORE since 1996 and author of a financial planning program that is widely used by chapter 11 clients.

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Electronics engineering and business management.

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