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SCORE Bucks County offers business-boosting workshops, webinars

SCORE Bucks County – the business mentoring organization –has set workshops for starting and growing a business, as well as webinars focused on improving digital marketing.

The chapter will offer its workshop, “Starting a Business: The SCORE Business Launchpad,” on Jan. 18. Led by Score-certified mentors Dr. Don Goeltz and Tony Moore, the workshop will focus on helping entrepreneurs and small business owners make their business idea a reality.

Discussion topics include: Review of legal business entity options; myths about starting a business; the “nuts and bolts” of getting started; and validation of attendees’ business concept.

For business owners looking to boost their business revenues, Score is offering a “Scale Up Your Business” workshop on Feb. 20.

New and current business owners alike can benefit from an expanded knowledge of digital marketing techniques for attracting and retaining new business.

Beginning Feb. 6 and continuing each Wednesday through March 6, Score’s popular digital marketing series will be taught in hour-long webinars starting at 7 p.m.

Sessions are designed for entry-level learners and include, “Get Started in Digital Marketing” on Feb. 6; “Make Your Website Work for You” on Feb. 13; “Engage Your Customers with Email Marketing” on Feb. 20; “Get Your Business Found with Search Marketing” on Feb. 27; and “Grow Your Audience with Facebook” on March 6.

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If you go:
- The Jan. 18 “Starting a Business: The SCORE Business Launchpad” workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Homewood Suites, 2650 Kelly Road in Warrington. The cost is $20. To learn more and register, visit

- The Feb. 20 “Scale Up Your Business” workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Council Rock Senior Center, 165 Township Road in Richboro. The cost is $20, which includes breakfast. To learn more and register, visit

- The digital marketing webinars will be held Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 through March 6. The cost is $5 per session. To learn more and register, visit

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