Challenging times call for trusted business guidance and education.
With Covid-19 came confusion and tough questions for small business owners about the disruption of operations, impacts to revenue, and the safety of their employees and customers.
To answer business owners’ questions, SCORE developed Small Business Resilience Training.
Our Resilience Training provides educational materials and online workshops so your small business can adapt, reopen and grow successfully through Covid-19 or any disaster. We also offer industry-specific training to help you with challenges unique to your line of business.
Learn how to turn today’s obstacles into opportunities for growth with our Resilience Training resources and webinars.
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has issued COVID-19 guidance for businesses and is updating them as new developments occur. Read more
The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (PPPFA), which President Trump signed into law today, makes important modifications to the recently-enacted CARES Act... Read more
Identify the crucial factors lenders are evaluating now, and steps you can take to position your business for financing in the coming months and years. Read more
Tips for identifying the challenges with current software, evaluating multiple products, and accurately calculating the total cost of adopting new technology. Read more
If you operate in an area where wildfires might reach you or leave you operating in a cloud of smoke, you must take precautions to prepare your business.
The Megaphone Of Main Street: The Impact of Covid-19, Infographic #1 - Impact on Hispanic-owned Small Businesses
SCORE’s latest infographic highlights the challenges of Hispanic entrepreneurs during the pandemic. It highlights the findings of “The Megaphone Of Main Street: The Impact of... Read more
SCORE’s “The Megaphone of Main Street” data report delves into the impact that COVID-19 has had on the current and future state of U.S. small businesses. Read more
In April 2020, the FBI reported an almost 300% increase in cybercrime cases. Unfortunately, small businesses are the most vulnerable cybercrime targets. Read more