Washington, D.C. (July 11, 2008) – SCORE “Counselors to America’s Small Business” announces a new Web site for women at www.score.org/women. The Web site provides
interactive tools, mentoring, workshops and articles that can help women entrepreneurs achieve their business dreams. Visitors are encouraged to complete a simple registration form to take advantage of the full range of options.
Visit www.score.org/women to find the following sections:
* Chart My Success tracks monthly and annual sales to help you plan ahead, measure progress and accomplish your goals.
* Mentor helps you build your support network by saving information on your local SCORE office and mentors.
* Workshops displays free online trainings that teach you about key topics, including starting, financing and growing a business.
* Articles provides a handy sort feature to help you find a wide range of information on every stage of your business.
* Resources offers tools, templates, links and stats that you can use to help run your business.
You can keep track of your favorite resources and check off monthly tasks. Four women SCORE experts offer their insights and advice on issues facing women entrepreneurs at the SCORE Women’s Success Blog. Comments and questions from blog visitors are welcome.
SCORE thanks Sue Hartman of Rochester, N.Y., for her generous donation to underwrite the new SCORE Women’s Web Site. Sue’s contribution to SCORE through The SCORE Foundation makes this Web site possible. She is a past SCORE board director and former director of The SCORE Foundation, which supports SCORE by raising funds and managing resources for the benefit of SCORE volunteers and clients.
Sue Hartman says, “SCORE is a terrific source of free knowledge and expertise for women seeking a collaborative approach to problem solving.” Sue adds, “Whether you prefer connecting on a one-to-one basis with a trusted counselor or simply gaining access to the vast information on the Women’s Web Site, SCORE has everything you need to ensure your business success.”
Since 1964, SCORE “Counselors to America’s Small Business” has helped 8 million aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners through counseling and business workshops. More than 10,500 volunteer business counselors in 389 chapters serve their communities through entrepreneur education dedicated to the formation, growth and success of small businesses.
For more information about starting or operating a small business, visit SCORE on the Web at www.score.org or www.score.org/women.