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Small Business Marketing Goes Virtual Due to Covid-19
Small businesses are increasing spending on digital marketing in response to changing consumer behavior during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a meta-analysis of data by SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses.
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Mid-Maryland SCORE Achieves Platinum Status
SCORE, the national organization devoted to helping small businesses, has recently designated its Mid-Maryland Chapter as a Platinum Chapter. This designation recognizes the highest commitment and achievement by a chapter to performance and quality outcomes for its clients, local communities, and volunteers.
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SCORE Black Entrepreneurs Virtual Pitch Event Winners Announced
98 Black Entrepreneurs from across Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC pitched their businesses before a panel from MagicMakers Group, a global business consultancy of former Disney executives and leaders. On Friday, April 16th, we announced the winners across four categories - Start-up Product, Start-up Service, Established Product and Established Service.
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Volunteering: Helping Small Businesses Move Forward
April is National Volunteer Month and American volunteers have a strong impact on both the U.S. economy and small business recovery, while benefiting from the good they do as volunteers, according to statistics gathered by SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses.
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Women Entrepreneurs Resource Hub Launches During Women's History Month
This Women's History Month, SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, announces the launch of SCORE for Women Entrepreneurs, a resource center designed to meet the unique needs and challenges of today's female business leaders, helping them achieve even greater success.
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Small Business Owners Adopt New Software in 2020; Increase Tech Budgets in 2021
 Small business owners report new software adopted last year in response to COVID-19 increased productivity (47%), improved engagement with customers (45%) and increased sales (45%), according to data gathered by SCORE and Software Advice. Nearly half of small business owners (45%) surveyed expect to increase their 2021 investment in technology.

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