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NEW: Join SCORE’s Small Business Community
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SCORE Small Business Community

Join the Community. Gather up your colleagues and connect. SCORE has just launched an online, small business community. Thanks to PartnerUp our sponsor. 

More than 100,000 entrepreneurs are already part of this vibrant group of entrepreneurs: networking, planning and succeeding.

  • Create a profile. Connect with entrepreneurs and opportunities.
  • Access to free tools and resources.
  • Get mentoring.

Success is about surrounding yourself with a strong network. Join SCORE’s small business community.

Christine Banning, SCORE
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For 50 years, SCORE has helped aspiring and current small business owners achieve their dreams. Through a network of over 11,000 volunteer business mentors in 340+ chapters across the country, SCORE connects decades of business experience and knowledge with those who can best use it.
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Discussion (4) Comment

  1. Elizabeth:

    Thanks for the addition of the book info. Great to know you’ve written about SCORE and you see our many cool changes.

    Appreciate you writing about SCORE in the past. Yes, SCORE business advice has grown. More and more people use http://www.score.org/ask_score.html.

    If you’re still writing on small business, send another comment and we can connect you to our advance notices of SCORE Web features and training.

    Thanks for the visit. Come back again!


  2. ElizabethVisitor

    What a great addition! I remember writing about SCORE many, many years ago, while a general assignment reporter at a small daily paper. It seems to have grown so much since then in scope and appeal. I especially like the emphasis here on women — I used to belong to a women’s networking group through our chamber, but it’s kind of petered out, which is too bad. Women have so much to offer other women, frequently! In fact, two women, Tina Dezsi and Lisa Bandola, have written a book in which more than 20 women tell their stories. It’s “The Power of Women United.” I think the title pretty much says it all — they share how and why they became successful, so that other women can follow suit.

  3. Cathy: Thanks so much. Hope you like the community. Give it a try and let us know what you think.


  4. CathyVisitor

    You ladies rock, always putting out great information and now adding this — thanks

 

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