Our formula for small business success is built on a simple model with three basic elements. These elements aid SCORE counselors in helping budding entrepreneurs to focus on mission critical initiatives required to maximize the potential for success in a new for-profit business or non-profit organization.
The formula for successful business start-up is built on five core business principles that help entrepreneurs identify the key elements of a successful business launch and to navigate the challenges of starting a new for-profit or non-profit business.
Realistic Marketplace Awareness
Marketable Business Concept
Sustainable Business Model
Balanced Business Infrastructure
Scalable Business Plan
Integrated Business Performance Solutions
Then seasoned SCORE counselors integrate an arsenal of solutions to plan for business start-up, short-term stability and long-term success.
Once you and your SCORE case mentor have identified the key elements that will provide the foundation for starting your new business, you jointly put together a launch plan that can increase your potential for initial business success and long-term survival. This proven start-up plan identifies initiatives, strategies, personal responsibilities, schedules, resources and other elements needed to get the business up and running within a manageable time frame.
Personal Qualification (Do you have what it takes?)
Marketplace Awareness (Marketplace analysis and marketable business concept)
Business Feasibility (Leadership, balanced infrastructure, sustainable model) Top-line business performance (Front-office) Bottom-line business operations (Back-office)
Our territory includes the following counties in Ohio: Montgomery, Greene, Preble, Darke, Miami, Clark, Mercer, Auglaize, Logan, Shelby, Champaign, and the northern edges of Butler and Warren.
SCORE services are provided without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, and disability. Persons with disabilities may request reasonable (special) accommodations (with a two-week advance notice). For special accommodations, contact: Brenda Arrington.
Address: 200 West 2nd Street Suite 104, Dayton OH 45402