SCORE Ventura County 6th Annual Small Business Expo in Oxnard on Tuesday, May 2nd

The SCORE Ventura County Chapter’s Annual Small Business Seminars and EXPO will take place on Tuesday May 2, 2017, at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

“Targeting Your Success in Business” is the theme for this year’s event, which will offer the most comprehensive one-day educational experience for small businesses in Ventura County. Along with the 16 seminars there will be over 40 non-commercial exhibitors that include Local Legislative Representatives, State and Federal Government Agencies, Cities of Oxnard and Ventura, Chambers of Commerce, Libraries, Networking Groups, Lenders and Financial Management Organizations. The EXPO area is focused on entities with a mission to assist small business to be successful.

SCORE Ventura members, which consists of executives and business owners, will be available for one on one mentoring sessions with attendees; providing expertise on a variety of business topics, i.e. Website and Online Marketing, Advertising and Sales Programs That Work, Accounting and Business Planning, Law and Government, Marketing Planning and Sales Strategy, Product Development and much more.

Admission is FREE, however pre-registration is requested. Food and beverages will be available on site. The address for the Oxnard PAC is 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard.

Sign up today at ventura.score.org.

SCORE Ventura is one of 320 SCORE chapters in the U.S. that recruit business professionals to volunteer their time giving advice to small business owners who can benefit from their vast experience and knowledge. The chapter has been serving the area for more than forty-five years and currently has over 60 members. They volunteer their time communicating with the business community and providing free face to face mentoring, participating in workshops and seminars, and scheduling appointments in their office in Thousand Oaks and at virtually every Chamber of Commerce in Ventura County, as well as Malibu and Calabasas. The chapter logged in over 12,000 hours of volunteered assistance last year.