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I Need Help Growing My Business: 3 Resources for Westchester Business Owners
August 17, 2022

I Need Help Growing My Business: 3 Resources for Westchester Business Owners

Your business journey does not end after you’ve successfully launched your business. Like anything in life—your existing business needs the correct amount of nourishment and attention in order to grow successfully and bear the fruit of your labors. That being said, growing your business is no simple task. From training your employees to marketing to financials and more, there are many areas that need to be addressed in order to grow your business successfully.

Luckily, you don’t have to do it alone. Here at SCORE Westchester, we offer free workshops and programs to help you succeed at growing your existing business. Let’s take a look at how SCORE can help you grow your existing business…

1) Try Our Mentor Program

SCORE Westchester helps you to grow your existing business by offering free, confidential business counseling for entrepreneurs with our Find a Mentor program!

Allow SCORE Westchester to pair you with a business mentor who will align their knowledge and experience with your business needs, and help you to meet your specific goals, as well as overcome any potential challenges that might be inhibiting the growth of your business.

Your personal SCORE mentor will work with you to determine your competitive edge, update your business plan, and fine-tune your revenue growth. What’s more, our small business mentors help you grow your business by advising you on building a new website or updating your existing website, showing you how to use social media in a way that’s most effective for business growth, helping you to plan out business promotions, events, and public relations, and advising you on how to improve customer satisfaction rates.

However, that’s not all! We’ll also walk you through opening new business locations, building on your existing products and services, and managing your hiring process. We’ll even work with you as you recruit, select and train your business employees!

2) Take our FREE Workshops

Here at SCORE Westchester, we host a never-ending array of free business workshops that will help you to grow your business. All of our small business workshops are spearheaded by industry experts with the knowledge and experience necessary to help your business flourish. Our workshops come in multiple formats, including live webinars, recorded webinars, on-demand courses, and in-person workshops and events!

When you attend one of our small business workshops, you’re saying YES to maximizing your potential by learning from the successes – and at times, mistakes – of business owners who have come before you and ultimately achieved the same goals you strive for today!

All SCORE Westchester workshops are free opportunities to gain priceless insights from Westchester business owners and leaders in their respective industries. We make it easy to find the right workshop to help your business grow. Simply click here and search for a free SCORE workshop by topic, format, state, or zip code now!

3) Browse Our Library

Yet another way SCORE Westchester helps your business grow is by providing a vast array of professional articles and insights via the SCORE Library. SCORE Westchester’s library is bursting at the seams with supportive tools and resources that can help your business to succeed.

Simply browse our library to spark some ideas while brainstorming new ways to grow your business. When you’re ready, our free workshops and business growth mentors are prepared and waiting to help your business reach peak performance. Click here to browse the SCORE Library now!

White Plains Public Library, 100 Martine Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 267-6570

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