SCORE Cape Fear News
September 2020
11 Free Ways to Get Publicity for Your Small Business

We asked 11 thought leaders to share the ways in which small businesses can get free publicity. Learn about different publicity tactics that won't put a dent in your budget.
Read the article here.
Competing Priorities Wearing You Down?

There are multiple techniques for prioritizing tasks: Create a Priority Matrix; Use the ABC Method; or "Eat the Frog". Read these 5 Tips to help you manage competing priorities when working from home during the pandemic.
How To Run Facebook and Instagram Ads

September 2 | 12 PM
Join SCORE Raleigh's interactive Virtual Workshop and learn how to write and run social media ads on two key platforms. Register here.

Starting an Online Business for Next to No Money

September 10 | 1 PM
If you are looking to create a side hustle, or main hustle, with an online business, then this is the Webinar for you. Register here.
Taking the Leap - Starting Your Business in 4 Weeks

September 8 | 6 PM
Join the SBTDC for its Free 4-week long program and learn different aspects of starting a business, from identifying potential markets and writing a business plan, to running the finances of a business, and marketing. Learn more here.
George Ball, the SCORE Cape Fear chapter's longest serving member, passed away recently, leaving a lasting legacy of hundreds of small businesses and start-ups counseled, coached and nurtured over the 20 years he served as SCORE mentor. Many of you reading our Newsletter were mentored by George and undoubtedly recall his gentle, thorough and creative mentoring style, as he advocated fiercely for entrepreneurship, and the value of proper business planning. He will be greatly missed by his family and loved ones; our SCORE chapter; and the small business community.
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. SCORE is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
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