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SCORE Fort Worth Named Most Improved Chapter in 2021 Awards Show
FORT WORTH, TX (Feb. 24, 2021) — SCORE Fort Worth has been named Most Improved Chapter for 2020. In announcing this award, Doug Nohe, Vice President of National Field Operations for SCORE, said, “Last year, the Fort Worth chapter grew the number of unique clients over 22%, and total services by over 54%, all while maintaining a net promoter score of 91.45%.”
SCORE Fort Worth has a long history of helping local entrepreneurs start and grow successful businesses. In the past year, they’ve been at the forefront of efforts to inform Tarrant County business owners about pandemic relief options. “We have an exceptional group of volunteers who generously offer their time and talents to mentor and educate small business owners,” said Bob Siffermann, SCORE Fort Worth Chapter Chair. “We’re honored that our efforts have resulted in this award.”
Bridget Weston, CEO of SCORE offered her congratulations to the chapter, saying, “To be most improved takes a lot of effort, and those efforts are making a direct impact on the people you serve through your outreach, mentoring and education. The example your chapter is setting for others in the SCORE network will hep to strengthen the entire organization.”
Business mentoring is offered at no cost through SCORE. To arrange a confidential session with a SCORE volunteer or to view upcoming workshops on a variety of business topics, visit the SCORE website at www.fortworth.score.org .
Since 1964, SCORE has helped 11 million entrepreneurs start or grow a business. SCORE’s 10,000 volunteers from across the nation have had a part in creating over 29,000 new businesses and 67,700 non-owner jobs in 2019 alone. Visit SCORE Fort Worth at www.fortworth.score.org .
SCORE is funded [in part] through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.