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Green Bay entrepreneur Miranda Davis wants to sell merchandise and make a difference with L.U.V.
SCORE client Miranda Davis' journey to start her business comes after surviving a brutal attack that almost killed her, struggling with bulimia for years, and living through the suicides of both her father and best friend. Instead of letting those traumatic events get the best of her, she worked with SCORE Green Bay to start her business, L.U.V. , which sells clothing and accessories that are statements of positive affirmation.
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Triple B's Bakery wants to bring fresh bread and sweets to Kansas: 'I love feeding people'
Culinary school graduate Ben Wallace wants to bring freshly baked bread and sweets to Nickerson. Currently, he is working out of his home, whipping together chocolate cookies and croissants - and is working with SCORE to bring his business to downtown Nickerson.
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Marketing Strategies for a New Entrepreneur
This is the second article of an entire year series following SCORE client Patricia Wynn in her year as a 50+ minority entrepreneur. This piece highlights how Patricia is learning how everything from referrals to business cards make a difference.
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Chairman of S.I. chapter of SCORE honored for over 6 decades of meaningful business experience
John J. Amodio, founder of the Louis R. Miller Business Leadership Award, is being recognized with the Louis R. Miller Business Leadership Awar year. He is chairman of the Staten Island chapter of SCORE.
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A Record Number of Businesses Started in 2021
This article examines the data from SCORE about the record number of new businesses started in 2021.
In the News
Bucks County SCORE helps longtime wellness instructor get established locally
SCORE Bucks is profiled in this story helping SCORE client Susan Cohen rebuild her business after relocating to Bucks County, PA. SCORE Mentor Carl Rubin helped Cohen move out of her comfort zone to transition her cooking instruction business to a virtual format during the peak of the pandemic.
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'Almost impossible': Latinos open businesses faster than any other group but face hurdles
SCORE client Chris Rourk discusses the struggles of trying to start his business. SCORE client Jackie Mendive discusses her journey to starting her business. SCORE CEO Bridget Weston discusses how SCORE helps Hispanic & Latino entrepreneurs.
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New Small Business Applications Hit Record Numbers in 2021, Expected to Continue in 2022
Small business formations hit record numbers in 2021, a trend expected to continue in 2022 as many Americans pursue their dream of owning their own business, according to meta-data analysis by SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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'We are working on our story': Couple's business blends passions of art, music
SCORE Green Bay is highlighted in this piece for helping SCORE clients Christian and Caitin Roovers start their business, Table in the Woods.
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COVID-19 EIDL Deadline Ends: Other Options for Your Business
SCORE is featured in this article as being another resource for small business owners as COVID-10 EIDL deadline ends.
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The flip side of the 'great resignation' - a small business boom
SCORE mentor Frank LaMonaca weighed in on why many folks are taking the leap into owning their own business. SCORE clients Danielle Neal and Chelsea Kidd discuss their own personal journey to small business ownership.
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New Year's resolutions for your business | NCET Biz Tips
In this article, SCORE resources are highlighted as a way to help small business owners become successful.

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