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MISCellaneous Distillery

McNeill and MacWhirter attended online and local SCORE workshops and worked with their mentor Doug on creating an initial business plan. Read more

Dan McNeill and Meg MacWhirter
MISCellaneous Distillery
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DiepCFoundation

Coutee meets with her mentor, Nancy Hessney about once a month. Hessney introduced her to Guidestar, a service that reports on U.S. nonprofits. Read more

Terri Coutee
DiepCFoundation
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Like Neighbors

SCORE provided O'Connor with the opportunity to browse online mentor profiles and select one that she felt would be able to address her specific situation. Read more

Judy O'Connor
Founder & CEO, Like Neighbors
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Desserts Out The Jar And More

McKinney connected with a mentor in Desserts Out The Jar And More’s early days, seeking validation for her business idea. “I sought a SCORE mentor because I was unsure of how to st Read more

Yashica McKinney
Owner, Desserts Out The Jar And More
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Advocations

Between 2009 and 2013, 100 percent of Advocations’ revenue was from one client. Read more

Lindsey Haaser
Owner, Advocations
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Vegan Distribution

According to Lu, Grunat has not only helped to address her specific business questions, but has also generally instilled Lu with an improved business mindset. “Based on discussions Read more

Sharon Lu
Owner, Vegan Distribution
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Break Through Reno

Phil’s advice to anyone starting a new business is to “follow your gut.” “I tried to do everything myself and I should have hired sooner and delegated more...and expanded faster.” Read more

Phil and Sumiko Frayssinoux
Owners, Break Through Reno
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Competitive Edge Sports Performance Center

Evans sought mentoring from SCORE because he wanted someone who had been in his shoes to guide him through small-business obstacles. Read more

Monte Evans
Owner, Competitive Edge Sports Performance Program
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Grillo Essentials

Grillo knew she would want guidance to navigate the process of expanding her business and its production capabilities. Read more

Gina Grillo
Owner, Grillo Essentials
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The One Gallon Soap Company

Corriveau admits that product development has always been his company’s toughest challenge. “It’s a new product that requires an intensely monitored formula and process,” he says. Read more

Tristan Corriveau
Owner, The One Gallon Soap Company

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