How to Project Cash Flow to Run or Save Your Business
Our mission is to foster a vibrant small business community through mentoring, learning and business development resources to the Twin Cities Metro, Central Minnesota, Arrowhead Region and Western Wisconsin areas. Our vision is to assure that every person has the support they need to thrive as a small business owner.
National Women's History Month
In celebration of Women's History Month, SCORE's Women's Entrepreneur Resource Hub focuses on empowering women entrepreneurs by providing them with access to resources, mentorship, education, and networking opportunities.
SCORE's commitment to empowering women entrepreneurs aligns with the spirit of Women's History Month, which recognizes the contributions and achievements of women throughout history.Visit the Women Entrepreneurs Resource Hub
SCORE Arrowhead Region offers free small business mentoring for current and aspiring small business owners in Duluth and the Arrowhead counties. SCORE Arrowhead is a branch office of SCORE Twin Cities and was created to serve more individuals across a broader geographical area.
SCORE Central Minnesota offers free small business mentoring for current and aspiring small business owners in Alexandria, St. Cloud, Brainerd Lakes, Duluth, and Arrowhead counties.
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.
How you set up your business can make a huge difference in the amount of financial risk you are exposing your assets to, the taxes you pay, and the set of legal rules that apply to your business. To say the least, some business types have more pros than cons! With all those options, how do you choose the right one for you? In this presentation, business attorney Kimberly Hanlon will cover the differences between the most common types of business structures for small businesses and the pros and cons of each one. She will also provide a handy guide you can take with you with a summary of the
This workshop will explore 5 ways to amplify a mission that impacts you and your people.
SCORE is determined to help women business owners succeed with these specialized resources.
Problem: Clean water is the fuel that supports industry around the globe and fresh water is available in only very limited supplies. In fact, only about 2.5% of all the water on earth is fresh water. Still, it’s all we have to support humans, other animals, plants and industry around the world.
Challenge: To conserve our fresh water resources.
Solution: One way to meet the challenge is to reduce the volume of contaminated water that enters public lakes and streams as well as treatment systems. That’s a win-win for utilities, the public in general and the environment. That’s the solution AD
Problem: Homeowners in Minnesota face the never-ending possibility of damage caused by weather conditions such as hail, heavy snow, tornadoes, high winds and torrential rains. The potential for weather-related damage is always present regardless of the season.
Challenge: Finding a reliable contractor to work with when damage occurs is difficult and can result in a frustrating and costly experience for the homeowner.
Solution: Provide home repair and renovation services based on the guiding principal of integrity. That’s what Blake Rothnem decided to do in 2005. The