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SCORE is a fantastic resource for those looking to start or expand a business. SCORE provides free advice and consulting services and connect small businesses with mentors to guide them through the start-up and business expansion processes.
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SCORE Services to Small Business - An Introduction
In an excerpt from a 2010 interview the SCORE CEO discusses its counseling and workshops offerings to small businesses.
From Idea to Business - SCORE Success Story
Learn how with the assistance of a SCORE mentor, this woman turned her wall art idea into a viable business.
An Essential Network for Small Business Success
Hear how SCORE helped this couple realize their entrepreneurial dream.
Introduction to the Small Business Administration
If you're looking for a way to help your business grow, now would be a good time to understand how the government can help you with your small business needs.
How The Government Can Help Your Small Business
The Small Business Administration is largely responsible for providing indirect financial assistance to entrepreneurs and small business establishments. In most cases, the primary role of the SBA is to provide several financial assistance program to small business that have been specially designed to meet essential financing needs.
Featured Government Grant Resources
In keeping with this mission, the National Institutes of Food and Agriculture has recently established the Tribal Colleges Research Grants Program in an attempt to conduct agricultural research studies that address high priority concerns of tribal, national, or multistate significance.
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, otherwise known as CHFA, is a self-supporting quasi-public housing agency operating within the State of Connecticut. The agency was established in the year 1969 in an effort to address the concerns regarding the lack or insufficient supply of affordable housing opportunities for Connecticutâ€™s low- and moderate-income families and individuals.
Kickstarter, the most popular online US-based crowdfunding platfrom, has announced plans to open an Irish website within months. It will be viewed as a rival to Fundit, one of the three crowdfunding platforms already based in Irish shores.