Small businesses can receive free business training from Dayton SCORE in partnership with the Small Business Administration (SBA).  These workshops provide information on the local business services presented by local professionals including attorneys, accountants, marketers, bankers, etc.  Entrerpreneurs and business owners will have a good understanding of the level business development resources to them. Dates and locations will be announced in early 2018.

  • Business  Development Series - This series, put on in conjunction with The Small Business Administration, is designed to provide information and contact resources to both beginning and continuing businesses in the Dayton and surrounding area. 
  • NOTE: Training session registration will begin 45-days before the scheduled event date.
    • "Introduction to Services Available”  will provide a top level summary of information and services from a number or agencies and organizations where help is available for small business.
    •  “Legal, Accounting, and Tax Requirements for a Small Business” will provide a group of experts in these disciplines who will discuss the requirement and provide contacts to acquire these services.
    •  “Access to Capital - Part 1” will provide experts from federal, state, and local entities to discuss opportunities for small business funding.  Credit scores and other requirements will be examined.
    •  “Access to Capital - Part 2” will provide experts from Banks, Credit unions, and non-standard funding sources which provide alternate sources of capital at varying levels of expense.
    •  “Social Media Marketing” will consist of presentations on Social Media Marketing followed by a one hour question and answer session with our expert panel.
    •  “Marketing” will discuss the methods and venues to market a small business available in today’s environment.
    •  “E-presence Setup and Management and Cyber Security” will discuss the method to set up and manage social media marketing.  Cyber security will deal with the responsibility inherent in using social media.
    •  “How to Do Business with the Government” will deal with the methods and requirement a small business must utilize to provide services to federal, state, and local government entities.