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SCORE for America's Small Business Run by Minority Women
For years, SCORE has been there to help small business owners across the country, offering their counseling services in order to provide the guidance and entrepreneur education needed for small businesses to begin, grow, and succeed. SCORE recently developed a website aimed at women with small businesses. Minority women entrepreneurs can take advantage of numerous services there and increase their options for success.
The website features a section called Resources that features interactive tools designed to improve women's ability to manage a small business successfully. These resources also include such things as templates, statistics, and links to important information that can be used to help a small businesswoman become successful.
Online articles are offered on the website also. A wide range of information can be found within the article database including topics for every stage of the business.
One section of the website, Chart My Success, can be used to track sales, both monthly and annually. This information can then be used to measure progress and plan ahead in order to set goals that will enable the businesswoman to achieve her business dream.
Mentoring services assist business owners in building their network of mentors. It can also be used to save important information on the businesswoman's local SCORE office.
Workshops offered through this website are conducted online. They offer excellent opportunities to receive training on topics such as beginning your business, growing your business, and financing your business.
The SCORE website for women also features a running blog, with input from trained counselors. Both comments and questions are welcomed in this area.
The completion of a simple registration form is necessary in order to gain access to a full range of the options on the SCORE website for women, which can be found at Score.org.
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