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.
How to measure your company's success? John C. Kelly shares the importance of paying attention beyond financial results. This blog teaches how to use KPI (Key Performance Indicator) to track your progress.
Looking for a fresh start? Why not having a kick-off planning meeting at the beginning of another year? Learn from John C. Kelly how to renew your business.
John C. Kelly will make you want to take another look at your business goals and show how not to stretch yourself too thin. FOCUS on one goal instead to find your niche and you will quickly move your business beyond any competition.
Here is a recording of a presentation about what SCORE volunteers do on the national level.
The Southern Maryland Chapter, which stretches from Anne Arundel to St. Mary’s County, is trying to gain more mentors to serve entrepreneurs
Flexible Funding Options for Start Ups and Existing Businesses: Crowdfunding, Micro Loans, Peer to Peer Lending
The difficulties involved in getting funding are substantial, but recently there have been several positive developments that have made the job somewhat easier, and in this short article, I will list several, including crowd funding, micro loans, and peer-to-peer lending.
Annapolis, MD – July 7, 2016/ The Southern Maryland Chapter of SCORE has announced the Speaker Line-up for their first-ever Women’s Entrepreneur Conference, set for September 20, 2016 at Anne Arundel Community College’s Arnold campus.
Listen to Chapter Chair Bob Rotella and Maureen Edwards discuss SCORE 390's role in supporting female entrepreneurs in Annapolis and Southern Maryland with WNAV 1430 AM Radio.
We rounded up 8 professionals who have successfully developed and brought their products to market. Below are their essential steps to an effective product development process!
Systemic racism has made it difficult for Black entrepreneurs and business owners to be successful over the past century. We take a look at why this barrier exists and resources for Black entrepreneurs.