Learn from the experts with SCORE’s small business training workshops.

Unless otherwise noted, SCORE workshops are held in the Garvey Page Court Building, located at 220 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS. in the Kiva conference room which is located on lower level. Park in the Garvey Visitors garage, walk east across the street and enter the north door located under the blue awning. Take the elevator to lower level. 
Call 316-269-6273 for additional Information or phone registration.  
 
 
Follow us at www.facebook.com/ScoreWichita for updates on these and other workshops.

 

Fall programs at the Wichita Public Library have begun! You can register online with a library card at http://wichitalibrary.org/  or if you don't have a library card you can register by contacting John Cleary at 316-261-8507 or by email to jcleary@wichita.gov

 

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National Event

SmallBizSuccess Virtual Conference, Fall 2017

November 9, 2017, 12:00pm EST

The Fall 2017 SmallBizSuccess Virtual Conference was a free, online event featuring ten educational webinars, business mentoring, exhibitor booths, networking chat rooms, prizes, a Read more

National Event

Power Up Your Small Biz: Technology Trends

October 27, 2016, 12:00pm EDT

SCORE and Verisign partnered to offer the "Power Up Your Small Biz: Technology Trends" Virtual Conference. This event was a half day of learning with 6 informative webinars on how Read more

National Event

Power Up Your Small Business

May 26, 2016, 12:00pm EDT

SCORE partnered with Verisign to offer this free, half-day online training event for small business owners. It provided training on starting, marketing and funding your business. Read more

Course on Demand

Getting Your Business Online

Take this module to learn why it’s important for your business to have a presence online and how to choose between a social media page and a website for your first webpage. Read more

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Course on Demand

Developing a Business Plan

For a business to be successful and profitable, the owners and the managing directors must have a clear understanding of the firm's customers, strengths and competition. Read more

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