BrowardSCORE Opens New Office in
Could your business benefit from regular meetings with an expert
in finance, marketing, accounting, or sales ... for free?
BrowardSCORE, the Broward County chapter of the national SCORE organization that
provides counseling, training and other resources for small businesses, is opening
a new office in Margate, in the offices of the Margate Chamber of Commerce. Starting
August 17th, the BrowardSCORE Margate office will be open Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Small business owners interested in taking
advantage of free one-on-one counseling can stop by, or schedule an appointment
in advance by calling (954) 356-7263. The Margate Chamber of Commerce offices
are located at 1025 N. State Road 7 in Margate.
BrowardSCORE has also scheduled a series of small business workshops on the first
and third Tuesdays of each month, starting in September, at the Margate Community
Center at 6199 NW 10th Street. Topics will include finance, Internet marketing,
and business plan development. Visit www.BrowardSCORE.org for
the workshop schedule and to register online.
BrowardSCORE counselors have proven experience in every area of managing a business,
and with nearly every type of business: retail, restaurants, healthcare,
construction trades, and professional services, to name a few. So whether you
have a problem youre trying to solve or just want to grow your business,
SCORE is here to help you!
The SCORE Association, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a nonprofit association
dedicated to entrepreneurial education and the formation, growth and success
of small businesses nationwide. Its public service mission is to provide face-to-face
and email business counseling to help small businesses evaluate plans, stabilize,
grow, innovate and succeed.
SCORE is composed of 10,500 volunteer business mentors, both working and retired,
who counsel businesses from 389 chapter offices throughout the country. SCORE
volunteers hail from every facet of the business community. Some have worked
at large corporations such as Kodak, Xerox and Boeing. Some have served in our
military or worked for the local or federal government. Others have spent years
cultivating their own small business.
Last year, SCORE helped expand small business opportunities by providing more
than 440,000 services to Americans throughout the country.