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In the News
Author Cliff Beach Of Side Hustle & Flow On The Book That Changed His Life
Musician and author Cliff Beach shares important insight about his SCORE journey: Get a mentor- I used Score.org to get mentored when getting one of my businesses of the ground and it was helpful. I believe in the power of apprenticeships, and informational interviews to gain info that you need. I have mentored and coached several people in my life, and it has been extremely rewarding on both sides. It is just like writing, another way to impart knowledge into someone.
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SCORE Minority Business Grant Is A 'Gamechanger' For Lowcountry Entrepreneurs
SCORE is one of the nation’s largest small business support and mentorship programs. South Carolina’s Low Country SCORE chapter announced that it will continue its pilot program for minority-owned businesses grants serving businesses in Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton, and Hampton Counties.
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Female Founders: Jennifer Lindsey Of Inspired Wraps On The Five Things You Need To Thrive And Succeed As A Woman Founder
SCORE client Jennifer Lindsey, the founder of Inspired Wraps, talks about how she's used her SCORE mentor, Steve Jones, to help her with her business.
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“Weather Watcher” Entrepreneur Tracks With SCORE To Achieve Success
FrostyFlake's founder Marcus Curley, with the support of SCORE North Cook and Lake Counties, is helping organizations make better and more timely decisions around weather, using a time-tested approach that is supercharged by 21st century technology.
Press Release
Small Businesses Fight Back and Adopt New Strategies as Inflation Squeezes Profits
Most small business owners (62.7%) report lower profits than expected over the past six months due to declining sales and higher expenses as inflationary pressures rise, according to new survey data from SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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How to Find the Right Business Coach — And Avoid The Wrong One
Certified SCORE mentor Gary Robinson weighs in on how individuals can find a good business coach.
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Inflation Is A Top Concern For Small Business Owners As Prices Soar
Article highlights SCORE's Megaphone of Main Street data report as it relates to inflation and the economy.
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How To Write A Business Plan For A Loan
Mentions SCORE Resources for Small Business Owners.
Press Release
SCORE Small Business Mentors Launches Hub for Asian American and Pacific Islanders
In honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, SCORE, mentors to America's small businesses and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, has launched SCORE for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Entrepreneurs. This centralized hub provides the AAPI community with information, tools and support to start and grow successful small businesses.
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Local Woman Grows Business With Mentoring Help From Nonprofit
SCORE San Diego client Rachael McDaniel utilized SCORE to help her launch her business, Ray of Light Offerings.
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Looking For A New Job Or Considering A Business Opportunity? Spot Signs Of A Possible Scam.
SCORE is mentioned as a resource for people who are looking to start their own small business.
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Round Rock Library Names Winner Of Business Plan Competition
SCORE client Katie Kehlenbach was the winner of this competition. SCORE Austin mentioned in article for supporting Round Rock Library business plan competition.

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