The Award Winning Southern Colorado chapter of SCORE helps local small businesses succeed with:
- FREE 1 on 1 or Team Mentoring
- Educational Programs (Live Virtual or On Demand)
- FREE Resources (Templates, Blogs and More)
Black business owners are more likely to seek – but less likely to receive – outside funding than white business owners, according to a survey by SCORE , mentors to America’s small businesses. To help improve this disparity in resources, Black executives can bring their valuable insights and perspectives to the table as business mentors. This National Black Business Month, SCORE encourages Black executives to consider volunteering their time and expertise to support entrepreneurs and build a more inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Useful, actionable advice from a mentor can go a long way in assisting an entrepreneur on their business journey. As a co-owner of My College Tours, SCORE client Olu Abney described the impact his mentor had on his business perspective. “We don’t look to just have clients, we look to build long-lasting relationships,” said Abney. “SCORE was essential in helping us realize this.”Visit the Black Entrepreneurs Hub
We believe that anyone can start and manage a successful small business. We also know that the road is harder for some than for others. Diverse backgrounds, different voices and unique needs may call for specialized resources and mentoring approaches.
SCORE is listening, recognizes these diverse needs, and provides personalized support in a wholly-inclusive platform called SCORE for All.
Since 1964, SCORE has educated and mentored more than 11 million small business owners and entrepreneurs. We're looking for people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to serve in a variety of roles — from knowledgeable business mentors to local community advocates.
In this workshop, hosted by Alexander Nouveau (Nouveau Startups), you will learn how to quickly win more customers by building a leads on demand system for your business.