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Why Volunteer with SCORE?

SCORE mentors explain why it is beneficial and meaningful to mentor small business owners, those just starting up, and even clients that are in the process of exiting their small businesses.

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Cybersecurity for SMBs

From the democratization of artificial intelligence (AI) to large-scale data leaks, there was no shortage of news in the worlds of technology and cybersecurity throughout the first quarter of 2023. Read on for Trend Micro’s summary and to learn what businesses can do to protect themselves and their employees.

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12 Steps to Starting a Restaurant

Can you guess the number one industry for AAPI small business owners? It’s the food and beverage category (22 percent), according to The State of AAPI Small Business Owners by Hello Alice.

It’s not surprising when you consider that restaurants are one of the nation’s industries most open to minorities. According to the National Restaurant Association (NRA), 41 percent of restaurant firms are owned by minorities. This compares to 30 percent of businesses in the overall private sector. Asians (including Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders) are the highest minority sector

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Rhode Island Woman Honored with Joseph G.E. Knight Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence

Providence, RI: Oceanside Medical owner Kristina E. McAteer, MD has been awarded the 2023 Joseph G.E. Knight Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Dr. McAteer is an attending Emergency Medicine Physician at Newport and Rhode Island Hospitals and an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, RI.

She was presented the award today at the 2023 Rhode Island Salute to Small Business Awards Luncheon. The Knight Award is a recognition of a successful small business owner that SCORE Rhode

SWOT Analysis
Important Questions to Ask in Your SWOT Analysis

Every small business owner should conduct a SWOT analysis at least twice yearly to assess their Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats compared to their competition, markets and industry.

How to Train New Managers

If you want your new manager to succeed, they can’t operate in the dark. They must be prepared when employees ask questions or seek general guidance about company policies and procedures.

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How to Identify Your Ideal Customers

Who do you think your target market is? The best way to identify your ideal customers is to create a profile—a buyer or customer persona—a fictional representation of them. The key is to be as specific as possible.

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