EVents

Virtual "Coffee and Conversation" with SCORE Chicago Mentors

 

Nov 11, 2020 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest have had some devastating effects on small businesses across the United States, but Black-owned businesses were hit the hardest, experiencing a 41% drop in revenues, according to the Federal Reserve Bank. With declining revenues, many businesses have had to lay off employees.

Access to business education, mentoring, networks, and opportunities is vital to the survival and success of Black-owned businesses. In fact, the economic health, stability, and sustainability of Black communities depend on it. 

Our "Coffee and Conversation" webinar is designed to provide business advice, insights and consulting in a casual conversation format. The SCORE Chicago panel of talented mentors and business experts will shed light on the opportunities yet be tapped in underserved communities, and they will answer questions on Business Planning, Marketing, Accounting, Business Management and Operations, Strategic Planning, Contracting and Procurement and other topics. Attendees will learn how to market their business, improve operations, reduce expenses, and increase revenues to grow into a scalable, sustainable, and profitable business.

Time

 

Energy Efficiency idea exchange workshop

 

Thursday November 12, 2020 6:00pm

During these very difficult and trying times, it is very important and essential to find ways to cut back on spending by exploring economical ways to save money. You don’t want to miss this very informative virtual meeting where you will hear and learn ways to cut your energy costs by implementing energy efficiency and sustainability concepts that can possibly have a tremendous impact on your energy costs. 

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