SCORE Savannah mentors are highly successful and seasoned business professionals and entrepreneurs. Our mentors hold the experience and knowledge to help you achieve your small business goals. Browse resources, take a workshop, or find your business mentor today!
We believe that anyone can start and manage a successful small business. We also know that the road is harder for some than for others. Diverse backgrounds, different voices and unique needs may call for specialized resources and mentoring approaches. SCORE is listening, recognizes these diverse needs, and provides personalized support in a wholly-inclusive platform called SCORE for All.
Since 1964, SCORE has educated and mentored more than 11 million small business owners and entrepreneurs. We're looking for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to serve in a variety of roles — from knowledgeable business mentors to local community advocates.
SCORE’s Annual “BizPitch Savannah™” Entrepreneurial Competition Is Back!
Savannah SCORE has announced the finalists and panel of judges for its 5th Annual Shark Tank-style entrepreneurial competition. “BizPitch Savannah™”. On November 16, in the Howard Jordan Torian Auditorium at Savannah State University, the finalists will pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges for a chance to win cash and free professional services valued at over $10,000 to help them launch their new businesses. The event is free and open to the public.
Are you a Non-Profit? Check out our Non- Profit Resource Center
SCORE, which helps people start and reshape small businesses, also helps people who want to start not-for-profit or community service organizations. These organizations are generally focused on serving a need related to health, social needs, the arts, or other areas where the founder’s drive is service rather than profit. Brought to you by Wells Fargo.
First “Savannah Black in Business” Event Attracted 108 Aspiring Entrepreneurs
The first ever “Savannah Black in Business” event attracted 108 black business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs (236 were registered but terrible rainstorms kept some away) on Wednesday, July 20.
Photos by Darryl Gaskin
As a new entrepreneur, you’ll need more than good products or services to grow your business. It’s also important to have strong customer-focused marketing strategies to reach your audience and turn them into loyal customers.