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.
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.
One of the most challenging parts of being a solopreneur is the need to be constantly learning. While books may be able to explore a topic in greater depth, regularly updated podcasts can keep you current on new strategies for an ever-changing market, which is essential for a solopreneur on the cutting edge.
National Small Business Week shines a spotlight on our nation’s 30 million small businesses. More than half of all Americans either work for or own a small business. Through awards ceremonies, media interviews and community events, the SBA honors entrepreneurs whose achievements stand out.
Business owners are often stuck in the “work until you drop” model and cannot think about how to grow their businesses. Here are four common barriers that hold small business owners back from scaling their fledgling companies.