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SCORE -- Mentors to America's Small Businesses -- Welcomes New Board Members

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12, 2022 -- SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to its Board of Directors, as well as new officers for the fiscal year, as of Oct. 1.

“It’s my pleasure to welcome these five accomplished professionals to the SCORE Board of Directors as we pursue SCORE’s mission of fostering more vibrant small business communities through mentoring and education,” said SCORE Association Board Chair Tracy Shaw. “Last year, SCORE’s

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Small Business Experts Assume Pivotal SCORE Chapter Leadership Roles
Today, the Greater Chesapeake & Potomac District of SCORE announced the installation of Chapter Chairs for three of its four chapters: Jeffrey Brodsky and Marge Everett as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Greater Baltimore, Tim Hanlon as Chapter Chair of SCORE Southern Maryland and, Michael Kirsch and Mary Tinder as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Washington DC.
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Small Business Experts Assume Pivotal SCORE Chapter Leadership Roles
Today, the Greater Chesapeake & Potomac District of SCORE announced the installation of Chapter Chairs for three of its four chapters: Jeffrey Brodsky and Marge Everett as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Greater Baltimore, Tim Hanlon as Chapter Chair of SCORE Southern Maryland and, Michael Kirsch and Mary Tinder as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Washington DC.
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Small Business Experts Assume Pivotal SCORE Chapter Leadership Roles
Today, the Greater Chesapeake & Potomac District of SCORE announced the installation of Chapter Chairs for three of its four chapters: Jeffrey Brodsky and Marge Everett as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Greater Baltimore, Tim Hanlon as Chapter Chair of SCORE Southern Maryland and, Michael Kirsch and Mary Tinder as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Washington DC.
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Small Business Experts Assume Pivotal SCORE Chapter Leadership Roles
Today, the Greater Chesapeake & Potomac District of SCORE announced the installation of Chapter Chairs for three of its four chapters: Jeffrey Brodsky and Marge Everett as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Greater Baltimore, Tim Hanlon as Chapter Chair of SCORE Southern Maryland and, Michael Kirsch and Mary Tinder as co-Chapter Chairs of SCORE Washington DC.
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Rural Small Businesses Seek Talent, Technology to Succeed in Digital Age

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27, 2022 – Rural entrepreneurs are struggling to access capital, high-speed internet, and quality workers, according to new survey data from SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. 

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SCORE's Fall 2022 Megaphone of Main Street: The Small Business Rural/Urban Divide surveyed more than 3,000 entrepreneurs and discovered that population shifts away from rural areas are challenging small business owners in desperate need of reliable talent and technology. Specifically:

Rural business owners report higher

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Hispanic-Owned Small Businesses are Starting at Record Rates, but Access to Funding Remains a Stark Challenge

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15, 2022 –  Over the past 10 years, Hispanic entrepreneurs have continued to start small businesses at a faster rate of 44%, compared to 4% of their non-Hispanic counterparts, according to a meta-analysis from SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. 

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There are nearly five million Hispanic-owned businesses throughout the country, and they contribute more than $800 billion to the American economy each year, according to SCORE’s analysis. Not only that, Hispanic small businesses employ about three million

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Rural Entrepreneurs Report Growing Economic Anxiety

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, 2022 – Rural small businesses face greater challenges to economic recovery and are less optimistic about the future compared to their non-rural counterparts, according to new survey data from SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses.

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SCORE's Fall 2022 Megaphone of Main Street: The Small Business Rural/Urban Divide surveyed more than 3,000 entrepreneurs and found that while more than 75% of small businesses surveyed have returned to pre-pandemic levels or better, more than half (53%) of rural entrepreneurs say they feel somewhat or extremely negative about the

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Female Business Owners Invited to Be Part of Confluence 
SCORE Greater Cincinnati is planning Confluence, a workshop on Sept. 29 at Mayerson Hall on the Hebrew Union College campus. The event is designed to provide female business owners with connections, information, and inspiration for business success.
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Entrepreneurs Compete for National Exposure in ‘Perfect Pitch’ Event

WASHINGTON, Aug. 17, 2022 – Entrepreneurs nationwide are competing this summer to gain national exposure and product placement at major retailers through the ‘Perfect Pitch’, sponsored by SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses, and the MagicMakers Group (MMG), a collective of former Disney executives and experts. 

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‘Perfect Pitch’ participants have the chance to be featured on the TV program America’s Big Deal to pitch their products to home viewers. At the end of each episode, the contestant with the highest sales gets the chance to strike a deal with either Lowe’s, Macy’s or QVC/HSN


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