SCORE is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to small business owners for no fee. WE are all volunteers and we are all qualified to assist you.
If you are thinking about being in business for yourself and you want some qualified advice to help you over the start-up process. Call SCORE.
If you are currently in business and want someone qualified to discuss or review some plans for your business. Call SCORE.
If you would like our help call and schedule an appointment. Call our office in the EMERGING VENTURES CENTER from 8:00 am 5:00 pm. 270-663-1050
SCORE is a nationwide non-profit organization that is always looking for retired business men and women to continue using there skills and experience to benefit others . We want you to help give small business the edge It needs to succeed. It takes experience to make the right choices.
SCORE has 389 chapters in locations throughout the United States and its territories, with 13,000 volunteers nationwide. We would like you to join our growing number of members. Local chapters provide free counseling and low-cost workshops in their communities. Both working and retired executives and business owners donate their time and expertise as business counselors. Contact the local SCORE office.
SCORE's 50th anniversary
Owensboro, Kentucky-Chapter 0675 SCORE, www.owensboro.score.org mentors to America’s small businesses, is proud to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Since 1964, SCORE volunteer mentors have assisted more than 10 million entrepreneurs in starting or growing their enterprises and are dedicated to serving another 1 million by 2017. October 2013 marks the kickoff of a year-long celebration of the milestone that will showcase the great work SCORE mentors and clients have achieved in the small business world.
SCORE CEO Kenneth Yancey says, “We are so excited to be celebrating this monumental milestone in our organization’s history. In 50 years, our volunteers have made a real impact on the success of entrepreneurs across the country. We’re ready to kick off 50 more.”