Are you a current or retired business executive or small business owner? Do you have experience, wisdom, insights and expertise to share? Are you ready, willing and able to share elements of what made you successful with the next generation of small business owner and operator in southeastern Michigan? Then volunteering with SCORE just may be for you!
The Southeast Michigan chapter of SCORE is working in collaboration with the City of Detroit and Techtown Detroit, among many others, on a project to get our community's local small businesses back to work post COVID-19, known as "Detroit Means Business," beginning with a workshop series this week.
Donna Hover, Chapter Co-Chair of SCORE of Southeast Michigan, was interviewed recently for Rebound Detroit, an ongoing segment hosted by reporter Ameera David on Channel 7 Action News for WXYZ in Detroit. In the segment, David interviewed Hover and other experts to identify and highlight tools and resources available to small businesses in Southeast Michigan to help them cope with the Coronavirus and its economic impact.
SCORE partner NEI (the New Economy Initiative) has collaborated with Startup Space to launch a page connecting you to critical resources, programs and funding. Sign up to access a digital hub that brings all COVID-19 resources, such as links to grant and loan applications, best practices, and trusted information, under one platform.
SCORE of Southeast Michigan celebrates April as National Volunteer Month, with a tribute and thanks to our current certified volunteer mentors and a call for new mentor applications.
Get the latest federal government and professional safety organizations guidelines to protect you and your employees from COVID-19 exposure. Read more
Certification makes your business more visible to potential clients, increases your networking opportunities and can expose you to new possibilities.
Incoterms are a voluntary set of contract terms that can be used by organizations for the sale of goods both internationally and domestically. Learn more.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to filing business licenses and permits, particularly for farming and agricultural businesses.