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Solar Alternatives Design

“SCORE was my much-needed introduction into the business world,” Durston says. Read more

Tom Durston
Owner, Solar Alternatives Design
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The Decker Group

“We were at a place where we needed to determine if we were building a business or maintaining a lifestyle business,” Sara says. Read more

Sara Decker
Partner, The Decker Group
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High Impact Management

But a business doesn’t grow overnight. Coffee had to figure out how to market HIM’s services to the federal and commercial sectors. Read more

Julie Coffee
President and founder, High Impact Management
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Geothermal Loop Pros

DeJong and his partner attended small business workshops and then worked with SCORE mentor Dan Butler, who helped them put together the documents they needed to apply for a loan. Read more

Marcus DeJong
Co-Owner, Geothermal Loop Pros
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Kingdom Builders LLC & Kingmakers CDC

SCORE mentor Ken Baker worked with the Daniels on how to structure their construction business. Nicole met with Fred Kistler twice weekly for training on QuickBooks. Read more

Rodrick and Nicole Daniels
Owners, Kingdom Builders LLC & Kingmakers CDC
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G.I.D. Remodeling & Services

Conley contacted SCORE early in his venture by attending the “Own Your Own Business” workshop taught by Louisville SCORE in conjunction with the local Small Business Development Ce Read more

Desmond Conley
Owner, G.I.D. Remodeling & Services
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Zepher

Mack met SCORE mentor Larry Bunyard at a Portland-area economic development event, and introduced Bunyard to Stolz. Read more

Adam Stolz
Customer Program Manager, Zepher
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MaineWorks

“My SCORE advisors helped me lay out the plan and the order of priority” for launching MaineWorks, Walsh recalls. Read more

Margo Walsh
MaineWorks
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Squatty Potty

The owners of Squatty Potty, Bobby Edwards and his parents Bill and Judy, came to SCORE in early 2012 after deciding to go into business. Read more

Robert, William, and Judy Edwards
Squatty Potty

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