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SCORE Launches Startup Roadmap to Help Entrepreneurs Reach Success

WASHINGTON, Jan.

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Cliff Han, the Inventor of AllerPops, Is Honored to Be Named an SBDC "Star Business of the Year"

LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Jan. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Knoze Jr. Corp will be honored with the "Star Business of the Year" award from the Small Business Development Center at UNM-LA. The Star Businesses will be recognized on the floor of the New Mexico legislature. The company is grateful with support from local communities and visions that the world will accept AllerPops for Allergies just as it accepts penicillin for pneumonia. 

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Small Business Owners Anticipate Economic Downturn in 2020; Prepare for Potential Challenges

WASHINGTON, Jan. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Small business owners feel only "somewhat prepared" for a potential economic downturn, according to new data gathered by SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses. Data shows that the U.S.

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Former wrestler Brimstone, of LI, takes it from the mat to the mic
The onetime child actor ("Sesame Street" and "Romper Room") also serves as a SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) mentor to entrepreneurs.
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Forrest Tuff: Multimedia Entrepreneur Is Committed To Servant Leadership
Multimedia entrepreneur, filmmaker, public speaker, servant leader; 51; CEO, One Vision Productions, and SCORE Mentor
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Small Business Owners Agree Minimum Wage Is Not a "Living Wage;" Split on Whether It Should Increase
National Survey from SCORE and OnDeck Reveals Dilemma on Main Street
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These Funding and Business Assistance Programs Are Helping Felons Restart Their Lives
For incarcerated felons and those who have been released, there are more funding choices than ever for starting a business. There are even training opportunities and mentorship programs.  
Wait. Back up. Felons start businesses?  
Yes, they do! Starting a business a terrific way to wipe the slate clean and start over. No one needs to know the business owner has a criminal record. But there’s no way to guarantee a funding provider won't conduct a background check either.
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The Small Business Owner's Guide to Data Analytics
Data analysis isn't just for corporations. Small businesses can benefit from big data technology, too.
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How to Start an Online Business From Home
You can improve your odds of home-based entrepreneurial success by taking the time to consider a few key points about your proposed enterprise. What's more ideal than owning your own business? The answer is owning a company that you run from the comfort of your home.
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How Do Business Loans Work?
If you need extra cash for your business and are wondering how business loans work, read on for a breakdown of common business loans.
Press Release
U.S. Shoppers Support Small Businesses

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Small businesses keep money on Main Street, according to statistics gathered by SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses, in honor of National Entrepreneurship Month. Of every dollar spent at a small business, 67 cents remain in the local community.

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Too old to get rich? No way, if you follow these 7 tips for starting a business

It’s entirely possible to start a business after age 50.

You might think that young entrepreneurs have a leg up on the middle-aged. In fact, the fastest-growing startups had founders with a mean age of 45, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.


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