Washington, August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Small business owners have been facing recent challenges surrounding inflation, hiring, supply chain disruptions and labor shortages score data, In view of these constraints, scoreThe Guardian of America’s Small Businesses and resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, provides support and guidance for navigating economic issues.
SCORE provides a plethora of resources to guide small business owners through these challenging times, including:
The Small Business Resilience Hub is a centralized resource that provides entrepreneurs with vital information and tools to keep their doors open in tough times. The Hub includes online mentoring, resilience training, and educational resources, along with access to expert guidance. Over 850,000 business owners have turned to the Hub to address recent business challenges and economic struggles.
SCORE is the nation’s largest source of free, expert business advice for small businesses. SCORE’s network of 10,000 volunteers share their real-world small business knowledge with entrepreneurs across the country. Last year alone, SCORE volunteers provided nearly 4.6 million hours of critical, timely advice and education, helping clients navigate funding options, find clients, respond to employee challenges, and adapt to daily tasks.
SCORE provides free business templates, e-guides, checklists, blogs, infographics, videos, tools and other resources to support small business owners.
SCORE offers small business owners low- or no-cost webinars on a variety of topics, many of which are related to surviving and thriving in economic turmoil.
“Economic recession can bring unprecedented hardship to entrepreneurs,” said SCORE CEO bridget weston, “That’s why we’re committed to providing small businesses with the information and empowerment they need to make the best decisions for their company in the face of great odds.”
SCORE is here to help small businesses
heather mangione And cassia piacecaCo-Owner of Al Fresco Tells Pet Sitting Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.Meet with your SCORE advisor regularly Tom Soldini To discuss the current economic scenario: “Tom has provided us with practical advice during our meetings to find an appropriate price hike for our services, a challenging issue especially due to current inflation and rising fuel costs. We deeply appreciate all the help and resources our Local Scores chapter has provided us.”
Aaron MulherinOwner of AM Glass Repair Marion, Iowa Says his mentor has kept him prepared for challenges even before he started his business: “My mentor recommended that we get a line of credit before cash flow becomes a significant issue. Now that cash flow is really ours. a real struggle, the advice has become invaluable. I wouldn’t be where I am today without SCORE’s support.”
Since 1964, SCORE has helped 11 million entrepreneurs start or grow businesses. SCORE’s 10,000 volunteers provide free mentoring, workshops and educational services to 1,500+ communities across the country, creating 25,084 new businesses and 71,475 non-owner jobs in 2021 alone. Visit SCORE at www.score.org. Follow @SCOREMentors on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
funded [in part] Through a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration.