Susquehanna SCORE

Simple Steps for Growing Your Business 
Although your business keeps you busy, it might not keep you in profits. But you can learn how management of time and resources keeps efficiencies improving. A marketing plan and a proper sales process maximize the opportunities available to you. Financial and operations management complete the primary areas of focus. And yes, HR too! Simple Steps for Growing Your Business is held on Thursday evenings from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.: May 14, 21 and 28; June 4, 11 and 18. To register, CLICK HERE.


Come to Susquehanna SCORE's

Small Biz Motivation Day

May 29, Santander Stadium, Noon to 6


SCORE Clients: Participate in Small Biz Motivation Day -- Register below to tell your story!

Tell others your start-up story when they come to visit the Susquehanna SCORE Small Biz Motivation Day at Santander Stadium’s White Rose Room, Friday, May 29, from noon to 6:00 PM. Come when you can, stay as long as you’d like, and help to motivate people who are thinking about starting a business. We’re inviting the public to the Small Biz Motivation Day at no charge, but only SCORE clients are eligible to register for a free 4' by 4' promo table. Use it to display your business cards, product samples, fliers or coupons. Park free immediately to the back of the stadium via the Queen Street parking lot entrance. We will be proud to partner with you on this special day. You could inspire the beginning of another entrepreneur's story. To register for a promo table, CLICK HERE.


Susquehanna SCORE and Crispus Attucks: Partners in Entrepreneurial Education


 

Harrisburg & York SCORE Chapters Merge

    
    SCORE chapters in Harrisburg and York merged recently to form Susquehanna SCORE. The two SCORE chapters are in the largest and best performing SCORE district in the country.
    The realignment, part of a district-wide improvement program, is designed to expand SCORE’s reach and impact throughout Central Pennsylvania. 
    Susquehanna SCORE, with multiple offices and well over 75 business mentors throughout the region, continues to serve clients in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry and York Counties. 
    Under the leadership of Julie Poland, Susquehanna SCORE has, according to Julie, “Outlined an aggressive schedule with more workshops for clients in all parts of our market, and a mentor recruitment strategy targeting prospective volunteers to add to SCORE’s industry expertise, diversity, workshop capabilities and community connections.”
    Susquehanna SCORE is Central PA’s source of free and confidential small business mentoring and low-cost workshops. Business mentors are working or retired business owners, executives and corporate leaders who share their wisdom and lessons learned in business with SCORE clients. 
    SCORE clients are people who want to take the next step toward achieving their business dreams, or tackle that next business challenge. Contact Susquehanna SCORE 717-845-8830, via email at susquehanna@scorevolunteer.org, or on the web at Susquehanna.score.org.

 


Thinking of starting a business?

It's easy to take the next step. For a free consultation with experienced business mentors, call 845-8830, 9 AM -12 PM, Monday through Friday, for a consultation at our office. If you'd like, we can even Skype a consultation with you.

Other options:

Email us at: susquehanna@scorevolunteer.org​

Or click here for free advice via email.


SCORE Breakfast Big Success

Business leaders, elected officials and small business owners packed the ballroom of the Heritage Hills Resort for this first-ever York SCORE event. The play-by-play of the jam-packed one hour of information was best summed up in the words of Joe Deinlein of the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal.

Photos: (top to bottom) Featured speaker, Sarah Lanphier, CEO, Nuts About Granola; York SCORE Honoree, Chef Tim Jutzi, CEO, Chef Tim Foods; York SCORE Honoree, John Lewis, CEO DOCEO Office Solutions; US Representative Scott Perry (center), York SCORE Chapter Chair Julie Poland (right) and Mindy Juiliano, York SCORE Administrative Assistant)

Innovate!

Creativity and innovation are the catalysts that often drive successful new businesses. In this video, Susquhanna SCORE's Chapter Chair Julie Poland shares how these catalysts are changing and inspiring people. 

"All of a sudden they realize they don't have the limitations...They see a solution, they see a path forward and they walk out of the room excited about their next steps."

-- Julie Poland, Susquehanna SCORE Chapter Chair