SCORE was founded in 1964 and is a national, nonprofit association, with its headquarters in Washington, D.C. It's over 10,000 volunteers are organized into 389 chapters throughout the United States. SCORE's volunteers, mostly retired women and men, were successful in their own businesses or held responsible positions in major corporations. SCORE is an independent non-profit resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The Dallas Chapter was founded in 1965 and provides mentoring services to residents of Dallas and, through over 20 satellite offices, to residents of the surrounding cities in North Texas.
SCORE volunteers are real-world professionals with time-tested knowledge who donate thousands of hours to help small businesses succeed. Mentors are experts in such areas as accounting, finance, marketing, management, and business plan preparation.
Dallas SCORE provides no-cost, confidential business counseling tailored to meet the needs of your business. SCORE also offers Workshops and Seminars for a modest fee, for both start-up entrepreneurs and existing businesses looking for a fresh perspective and renewed focus for their business.
We hold regular "Starting & Managing a Successful Business" workshops/webinars. For a small fee, this Workshop covers a variety of topics for people wanting to start their own business or wanting additional information for their existing business. Not sure you are ready to start your business? Try our Seminar, "Do You Know What It Takes to Start a Business".
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SCORE, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. Read more
Since 1964, SCORE has educated more than 11 million entrepreneurs. Learn more about SCORE’s impact on the small business community and the U.S. economy. Read more
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