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SCORE Greater Cincinnati - Regional Business Briefs
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September 13, 2022
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SCORE Greater Cincinnati - Regional Business Briefs
Leveraging the expertise of our business mentors, we have written 70+ easy to understand FREE Business Briefs on a wide variety of business subjects

Created by the SCORE Chapter #34 mentors in the GREATER CINCINNATI AREA. These Business Briefs include (.xlsx) (.doc) (.pdf) files that can be accessed and downloaded by clicking on the "Download Guide" button on the page. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader or another PDF reader in order to open the PDF files. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader.

SCORE'S BUSINESS DOCUMENTS [BRIEFS] cover topics like starting a small business, business incorporation, financial issues, marketing & advertising, taxes, technology and etc. Click on the individual topic below to access.

STARTING UP

ORGANIZATION 

  • Choosing The Legal Structure of Your Business SCORE 2.00
  • Government Contracting-Small Business SCORE 2.05
  • Partnership & Operating Agreements SCORE 2.09
  • Sales Agreements for Service Businesses SCORE 2.11

BUSINESS PLANS

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS/METRICS

CREDIT

MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONS

FINANCE YOUR BUSINESS

MARKETING & ADVERTISING

PRICING

LEGAL 

INSURANCE 

TAXES 

FRANCHISING 

BUYING/SELLING A BUSINESS

SPECIFIC BUSINESSES

HUMAN RESOURCES

TECHNOLOGY

Disclaimer

Any reference obtained from SCORE briefs to a specific commercial product, process or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement by SCORE or SBA or the United States Government of the product, process, or service or its producer or provider. The views and opinions expressed in any referenced document do not necessarily state or reflect those of the SCORE or SBA or the United States Government.

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