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In the News
The State of Minority Entrepreneurship in America
The story examines the state of minority entrepreneurship in America, and highlights SCORE resources as a way to assist minority entrepreneurs.
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Whole Latte Love Cafe set to open, enhance and empower those with disabilities
Whole Latte Love Cafe in North Canton, Ohio, owned by SCORE client Beth Humbert, will empower those with disabilities by providing paid employment and training. She worked with SCORE Canton to develop a business plan. Said Beth: "It's really taken a village to put this place together.” She and her husband Scott were inspired by their daughter Caroline, who has autism. When operations start, there will be 12 trainees and the cafe will offer a variety of coffee, tea, smoothies, treats, boxed lunches and more.
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Why You Should Get into Information Technology (Tech) Now.
This piece mentions how mentorship and people are at the core of the tech industry, and then points to SCORE resources as one of the top services for professional mentorship services.
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49 fulfilling, productive things to do in retirement
This piece explains that one of the most fulfilling and productive things you can do in retirement is volunteer your time with SCORE if you have a background in entrepreneurship or business.
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The Joy of Owning a Business in Retirement
If your work offered the most important elements to make you happy in life – a sense of purpose, the flexibility to generally live on your terms, financial security and good health – would you ever want to retire?
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PPP is gone, but government help for small businesses isn’t
Organizations like SCORE and local Small Business Development Centers also offer access to free recovery resources and can help business owners identify potential funding opportunities.
Press Release
Veteran-Owned Small Businesses Play Significant Role in U.S. Economy, but Encounter Difficulties
Veteran-owned small businesses play a significant role in the U.S. economy, but face obstacles that have left them feeling unsupported, according to survey data from SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors.
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Pulling The Plug On A Startup: How To Decide
This article examines when to begin a startup, and highlights some expertise from SCORE data.
Press Release
Women Small Business Owners Face Unique Challenges to Succeed
During this year’s National Women’s Small Business Month, SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses, is spotlighting resources to support women entrepreneurs.
Press Release
Small Businesses Optimistic Despite Hiring Challenges
Most small business owners (67.2%) are optimistic about the growth of their business over the next six months, despite significant hiring challenges, according to new survey data from SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors.
Press Release
Small Businesses Struggle to Hire and Retain Employees as Pandemic Impacts Linger
Small business owners report that hiring the right talent is their number one challenge (63.4% of business owners), according to new survey data from SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses.
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How Businesses of All Sizes Can Drive Positive Change
Businesses have three primary assets they can invest back into the community: time, money and expertise. Don’t just pick the cause of the day and throw money at it. Instead, look for something that aligns with your company’s values, skills and talents, says Bridget Weston, CEO of SCORE.

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