SCORE Serving Southeast Michigan Releases the SCORE Podcast: "Where Small Business Matters"
Gino Wickman, Author of Entrepreneurial Leap, to Lead YouTube Live Event at No Cost to SCORE Clients
Lending Tree Taps Local SCORE Mentor for Perspective on Establishing Legal Partnerships: Have you ever wondered if you should take on a partner for your business? Or are you and a friend or colleague considering going into business together and need to understand the proper legal and tax structure for your business as co-owners?
David Broner, Certified Volunteer Mentor for the Southeast Michigan Chapter of SCORE, Among Eight Earning Accolades
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has named SCORE Detroit, serving southeastern Michigan, the "U.S. Small Business Administration's Michigan SCORE Chapter of the Year" for 2020.
You should always be looking forward to predict if your products could be made obsolete by developments you make, by those of your competitors, or by new entrants to the marketplace – or a combination of all. It can be difficult. What do you do if you are a dominant typewriter company and demand drops to near-zero?
A recent story in The Jewish News provides a testament to entrepeneurial ingenuity, perseverence and innovation—featuring a client of SCORE of Southeast Michigan.
Right now, the particular challenge most are facing is reopening and/or adjusting to a new service model, and it’s important to recognize how internal culture, growth and development can influence your outcome and success. I’d like to share with you, two small business etiquette themes that can make a difference for your business:
Don’t let any easing of COVID-19 pandemic lull us into a false sense that things are, in any way, back to normal. The pandemic is representative of a class of risk items that are very rare in their occurrence (low probability) but have catastrophic consequences (high impact). Here are some ideas of other such events that could catastrophically impact a business.
If you own a business or are considering starting a business of your own, the learning never ends. Here are my recommendations for must-reads. Whether you own a business, lead a business or plan to start a business, these are, in my view, the essentials:
Gino Wickman, founder of E-Leap and author of The Entrepreneurial Leam, provides guidance to "entrepreneurs in the making" looking to find a mentor to help them grow their businesses. Watch the video to learn your next steps and how to maximize your relationship with your mentor.
As businesses reopen, thought and effort should be put into helping people transition back into the workplace. The following checklist format might give business owners some ideas on things to cover to help bring people back.