Portland SCORE

THINKING OF STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS?

SCORE and the Beaverton Library will offer two free workshops to get you started!

"Basics of Starting a Small Business" - 6 - 7:30 p.m. Monday April 13, 2015 at Beaverton Central Library 12375 SW 5th St. Beaverton

"Marketing 101: How to Find and Keep Customers" - 6 - 7:30 p.m. Monday May 4, 2015

Each workshop will feature a presentation by Marilyn Scott, SCORE Chapter Chair, and Jill Adams, Reference Librarian. Participants will also have an opportunity to sign up for a free mentoring session with a SCORE member who has a professional business background.

Registration is recommended but not required. If you'd like to register, PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL at scorepdx@scorevolunteer.org
With Subject Line "Beaverton Library" and submit your name and workshop choice.
 

 


SCORE Mentors have proven insight based upon successful business experience in an industry. Gain access to that experience by establishing a counseling appointment.

Access is provided in one of two forms:

1) Signing up online allows SCORE to provide the best
    match to your needs.

2) Use general counseling which is without appointment
    at our office – simply walk in at the SCORE Office
    Mon-Thu 9 AM - 3:00PM     Closed on Fridays

 All counseling is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL

Our Workshops provide managed and organized information that enable our clients to learn and apply solutions to their problems.

Experienced SCORE mentors and selected local experts conduct a variety of regularly scheduled, low-cost educational workshops.

Current relevant courses that contain valuable information and techniques necessary for keeping pace with your clients expectations and needs in the digital world.

Determining a clear course to success requires using effective templates and tools to explore, learn and document business impact.

Employing a variety of documents, templates and tools to grow your business understanding improves your chance for success.

SCORE tools provide insight to performance potential at low risk of failure.