SCORE to Host 16 Workshops
MANCHESTER, NH - The Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE will be hosting 16 free online workshops this March designed to help new or aspiring business owners navigate starting, managing and growing a business.
The series will follow SCORE’s StartUp Roadmap - a program developed for SCORE by FEDEX - and will give attendees an understanding of what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and the tools necessary to make it happen.
The series kicks off on Monday, March 8 with a workshop hosted by Dick Ver Eecke, a SCORE mentor. The first workshop will help attendees do a multi-faceted self-assessment to determine if they're ready to start a business and will explore how a SCORE mentor can help launch and grow their operation. The kick-off workshop will be held at 10am and again at 3:30pm on Monday, March 8.
The remaining workshops in the series will be held throughout the month of March, and will explore other key topics on the road to entrepreneurship, including: business planning, competitor research, identifying your ideal customers, marketing basics, sales, financial management and seeking funding.
Each workshop of the StartUp Roadmap series is free and open to the public online. Registration is required for each session. A Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
To learn more about the StartUp Roadmap and to register for the Merrimack Valley chapter’s workshops, please visit:
Merrimack Valley NH SCORE has been a part of the local small business community for over 50 years. In the past 12 months, the chapter’s volunteers provided over 1,500 free face-to-face mentoring sessions and over 125 free workshops attended by over 3,700 aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners. Merrimack Valley NH SCORE received national recognition for outstanding client education in 2020. The award recognizes the SCORE chapter for achievement of excellence thru workshops in support of local small businesses. Merrimack Valley SCORE is a chapter of the national SCORE organization, funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Learn more at https://merrimackvalley.score.org/.