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Make Your New Year Resolutions a Reality
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The New Year (especially this one) brings its share of hope and trepidation. Here at SCORE we want to support your growth plans while giving you a clear picture of the costs and risks ahead.

So, as our first resolution for 2012 we want to ensure that we get you the best, most valuable information and advice.  But “value” is in the eye of the beholder – or you, as the owner/leader of your business.

As you create your own plans for 2012, please comment (click on the number in the upper right corner of this post) on these questions:

  • How do you measure success in your business?  What information can SCORE provide you to help your business succeed?
  • What are your greatest fears or frustrations as a business owner? What information can SCORE provide you to help navigate around these obstacles?
  • What information from SCORE has been most helpful to you and why?
  • What topics would you like to see SCORE cover in the coming months?
  • Where do you go online for small business advice and information? How can SCORE improve to become the best source of business information to you?

SCORE measures its success by the growth in the number and size of small businesses like yours.  Thanks in advance for helping us all make our 2012 Resolutions a reality!

Jeanne RossommePresident, RoadMap Marketing
Jeanne uses her 20 years of marketing know-how to help small business owners reach their goals. Before becoming an entrepreneur, she held a variety of marketing positions with DuPont and General Electric. Jeanne regularly hosts online webinars and workshops in both English and Spanish.
www.roadmapmarketing.com | @roadmapmarketin | More from Jeanne

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  1. JerriVisitor

    1.I’m stuck with a webdiesigner who will not finish my e-commerce website. What are legal steps I can take?

    2. Banks are not friendly to “shoestring” start-ups without a home equity loan, etc. What are some other options for funding less than $10,000?

 

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