Learn from the experts with SCORE’s small business training workshops.
On this page you’ll find instructor-led training offered by SCORE locally or online. You can also find interactive courses to help you learn new business strategies.
SCORE currently sponsors six regular workshops:
Starting a Business (always held on the third Wednesday of the month in San Luis Obispo and every 3rd month in Santa Maria), Marketing with Social Media, the Business Plan Workshop (every other month in San Luis Obispo and every 3rd month in Santa Maria), Marketing with Technology (website development), Growing Your Business (essential topics for business success, held every month in San Luis Obispo and every 3rd month in Santa Maria), and the BYOBB (Bring Your Own Brown Bag) a monthly lunchime seminar on current topics of interest to small businesses.
New workshops are also being added continually. These workshops are given at various locations in San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria. View the current offerings in the announcements below and click on the Register Now button to reserve your seat For further information call 805-547-0779 or email us at email@example.com.
In this webinar, CRM expert Gene Marks will discuss how CRM systems can help your business increase sales, profits and cash flow. Read more
This webinar will discuss the images you can create and share through social media, branding your visuals, how to get started designing and more. Read more
This workshop will introduce a variety of technology assets to small business development along with a marketing model to increase your sales and profits. Read more
This workshop explains how to use technology to create a clear road map for your company. Read more
This workshop describes, in detail, how to bring a business to the web in a timely, cost effective manner. Read more
This workshop will clarify the realities of state-of-the-art technology to help you introduce new, exciting life into your business. Read more
This workshop explains how to use technology to amplify the three dimensions of cash flow: Timing, amount, and direction. Read more