Welcome to the SCORE Small Business Success Blog, where small business experts and mentors share tips, discuss trends, and provide advice on a wide range of topics affecting entrepreneurs in every industry.
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Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects I have found in being a mentor in SCORE is the fact that every individual who comes to us is truly ‘unique’ in terms of both their particular business situation as well as their vision of where they want to go with that business concept. Each SCORE mentee has realized that asking for assistance is not something to be embarrassed about…… just as clients would come to our architectural office realizing that they needed help to turn their program & space needs into a physical reality.
But besides monetary contributions, what are some other ways that small businesses can give back to their communities? To unlock some unique ideas, we asked business leaders and small business owners about the ways their company gives back to the community.
What are the benefits business leaders personally receive by serving as a business mentor? To identify these benefits, we asked expert business mentors about their experiences in guiding entrepreneurs towards success.
It’s important to build mutually beneficial relationships with your network to help one another fuel your successes. But sometimes asking these professional references or acquaintances for a favor isn't easy. Use these rules to make it easier.
You should review your business practices at least once a year to ensure you're utilizing your time and resources to their best advantage. Use these three best practices to grow your company.
Let’s explore how adopting digital strategies can help you establish a robust online presence, reach more potential customers, cement relationships with your existing customer base, and build brand awareness for your entire company
On December 21, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a new coronavirus relief bill. Here’s what it means for the coronavirus relief programs: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).