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12 Small Business Resources to help your SMB grow
SCORE, a nonprofit organization that calls itself "the nation's largest network of volunteer business experts," is one of the best resources for small businesses, with more than 10,000 volunteers and 300 chapters to help business owners with counseling, business tools, and training.
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‘It’s never too late’: Entrepreneurial spirit drives older women
For some, starting a business later in life is a matter of financial necessity. According to a 2018 survey published by SCORE, a mentor network for small businesses, women 65 and older are more likely to do so because they’ve lost a job or need more income. More than 28% of those surveyed said they became entrepreneurs because they had to.
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Small Business Owners: Improving Usability and Accessibility Benefits Everyone
Small businesses that improve accessibility for people with differing abilities also improve employee retention and morale and expand their business market, according to statistics gathered by SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses. Most employers report no or low cost for accommodating employees with disabilities, and 24% reported that accessibility accommodations increased profitability.
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Manager, Coach or Mentor? Different Roles for Different Goals
Understand the differences between coaching, mentoring, and managing to best achieve your goals.
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Tamika S. of Allure Wigs On How To Create A Fantastic Retail Experience That Keeps Bringing Customers Back For More
Wig Architect Tamika S. knows exactly what women want in a wig and is here to deliver! Tamika gives special thanks to SCORE. She is the Founder of Allure Wigs Inc: a luxury, bespoke line of human hair wigs and services. Bearing beauty and brains, Tamika has a Bachelor’s of Science in Visual Analytics.
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3 Things Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 Must Do
At every stage of small business ownership, and particularly during this challenging time, resilience and support are the keys to success.
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SCORE is Helping Black Small Businesses Combat COVID-19 Obstacles
SCORE plans to launch a Black Business Owners Hub in February to provide more specialized resources for Black entrepreneurs. The effort will be similar to the Hispanic Business Owners Hub SCORE rolled out recently. 
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For Small-Business Owners, a Shifting Landscape of Resources
SCORE, a nonprofit affiliated with the S.B.A., provides a Small Business Resilience Hub that lists financial tools and resources, as well as access to mentoring and educational workshops nationwide. Its website offers federal resources, including tax filing assistance for small businesses affected by the pandemic.
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A Roundup Of Business Startup Programs For People 50+
SCORE, a nonprofit affiliated with the Small Business Administration, provides mentoring and educational workshops nationwide.
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SCORE and Facebook Celebrate One-Year Anniversary of Partnering to Support Veteran Entrepreneurs
This National Veterans Small Business Week, SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, is pleased to celebrate one year partnering with Facebook in support of veterans' entrepreneurship. Over the past year, SCORE and Facebook have expanded education and mentoring to military members, veterans and their families who dream of starting a successful small business.
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Veteran Business Owners Report Military Service Equips Them for Entrepreneurship
SCORE infographic highlights veteran small business owner skills and challenges; sponsored by
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The Risks and Rewards of the Covid Career Makeover
Kangha, who lives in Manassas, Va., wanted to start a beauty product company for women of color. She called Score, a nonprofit resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and began reading about business plans and watching the organization’s marketing webinars. She also applied for a mentor, a Score volunteer who could lead Kangha through her launch. Suddenly, she was back in the role she thought she’d left behind: the student.

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