Small Business Resilience: SCORE is continuously working to ensure that small business owners have information to keep their doors open during and after any catastrophe.
SCORE is continuously working to ensure that small business owners have information to keep their doors open during and after any catastrophe.
SCORE is here for you.
You are a small business owner, a leader who had the courage to take that first step to build a business and a future you believe in. A setback doesn't change that.
At SCORE, we know that disasters, economic downturns, and catastrophic events can bring unprecedented challenges to your business. That is why we're committed to providing you with the resources to empower you to make the best decisions for your company. What if the obstacle you are experiencing is your chance to grow stronger, more agile, and more successful than you've ever been?
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Small Business Emergency Preparation and Recovery Resources
We break down why the supply chain is disrupted to better help you source products. Read more
These tips can help you get started by taking a step-by-step approach with the goal to survive and rebuild a business after any kind of calamity. Read more
Small Business Resilience Resource Library
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the adoption and creation of new software. See how small business owners are using new technologies to grow and run their companies while... Read more
Use these 10 ideas to keep the conversations with your customers going, during and after the pandemic, and sales coming in. Read more
Tips for identifying the challenges with current software, evaluating multiple products, and accurately calculating the total cost of adopting new technology. Read more
In April 2020, the FBI reported an almost 300% increase in cybercrime cases. Unfortunately, small businesses are the most vulnerable cybercrime targets. Read more
COVID-19 forced many small businesses into virtual companies, but are employers supporting workers through the technological shift?
With companies working from home due to COVID-19, security teams and employees must minimize the security risks that come with remote-working setups.