Since 1965, Houston Chapter of SCORE, with 100+ mentors and 10 locations is here to help you successfully start and run your small business.
SCORE's mentors, comprised of active and retired business men and women, provide clients with free and confidential business counseling. Counseling can be conducted at the client's place of business, at our chapter headquarters, by telephone or via email. Click on this link to find the location closest to you.
Have a free management consultant who is knowledgeable in your business and can act as a sounding board or a troubleshooter.
The SCORE Advisors will work with the owner or person in charge of the full operation of the business.That have been in business for more than one year, have an established office rather than a home office, and have revenues in excess of $100,000 per year.
SCORE mentors and representatives from the local business community conduct a variety of regularly scheduled, low-cost educational workshops that provide valuable information and techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business.
SCORE’s speaker presentations can be tailored to fit the needs and desires of your particular group. We can provide a presentation on most topics related to starting and running a small business.
With access to a wide variety of documents, templates and tools to assist you in starting or growing your business, the information provided here covers a wide range of subjects including initial business planning, capital sources, government agencies, and much more.
LIVE Webinar: The Entrepreneur's Journey: Internet Talk Radio with Ramon Ray.
Log on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT to "Internet Talk Radio"
Set your calendars for a call-in webinar taking questions from listeners with focus on the exciting, yet daunting journey of the entrepreneur in the weeks and months when a company evolves from an "idea", to opening its doors.
Ron Consolino (Chapter Chair) Advises Small Business
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Q: I was recently surprised to learn that a competitor is using new technology enabling her to provide faster service than I can. How can I keep from being caught off guard again? CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER