The TriCounty and Lancaster chapters of SCORE are jointly providing entrepreneurs with a five-session series of online programs between March and April to assist in their small business success.
Community-minded small business owners, how'd you like to win a $10,000 cash prize? Enter a contest sponsored by Citizens Bank and SCORE chapters that's looking for local "small business champions."
Coronavirus has prompted the TriCounty chapter of SCORE to temporarily close its offices in Pottstown, and cancel scheduled workshops. But it refuses to give up on its clients, it proudly said in an e-mail.
The Pottstown-based chapter of SCORE says its federal partner, the U.S. Small Business Administration, is opening its economic disaster loan program to small business owners hurt by COVID-19.
Don't just collect other people's business cards. Use them to become more connected to, and potentially profit from, new business opportunities. Learn how, for free!, Dec. 13 in Pottstown.
Members of the Tri-County chapter of SCORE, the entrepreneurial assistance organization, have plenty to be thankful for, they said in a Friday e-mail. Theirs was nationally ranked as a "platinum" operation.
The TriCounty chapter of SCORE, a volunteer unit of the federal Small Business Administration, plans to vacate its long-time office at 244 E. High St. in downtown Pottstown, it announced Friday.
Making your website work better for the public, and harder to attract more clients for local companies, are the ideas behind two programs being offered this month by Pottstown-based SCORE TriCounty.