Lori Martinek

Branding and Digital Outreach Expert, Mentor & Small Business Advocate 

Helping Build Stronger Businesses From the Ground Up

Lori’s extensive experience on all sides of the marketing relationship has made her a sought-after strategist, speaker and mentor. With more than two decades of SBA, SBDC and SCORE program leadership to her credit, Lori is also a recognized thought leader on entrepreneurship, small business development and on creating economic opportunity that transcends gender, race and age.
SCROLL DOWN to learn more …

Connect on LinkedIN
In the News

Get Advice From an Expert Who Asks the Right Questions

Experience and expertise is one thing. Finding someone whom you feel confident and comfortable working with can be quite another. Lori Martinek is a successful serial entrepreneur and an experienced advisor, mentor and consultant who has worked with business owners across the U.S. to help them address the challenges of startup and growth. She’ll work with you to create a plan that improves your organization’s chances for success.

Business Growth ResourcesEDc Partners

Lori Martinek Writes and Speaks on Entrepreneurship, DEI, Leadership, Small Business Development and Retiring with Purpose

Lori is a champion for equitable entrepreneurship and creating diversity in leadership. She has a passion for working with Women-Owned, Minority-Owned and Veteran-Owned businesses. Lori has served as a SCORE Certified Mentor and Subject Matter Expert, DEI Ambassador for its five-state Western Region and as a SCORE national media spokesperson. As the founder of MindingHerBiz, she works with female entrepreneurs to help them confront and overcome the challenges of startup and growth. A published author, Lori is a thought leader on DEI, ageism and retiring with purpose and a passionate advocate of utilizing encore entrepreneurship as a strategy to create purpose, identity and income later in life.

Lori’s Books on Amazon

More than 650,000 businesses will be born in the U.S. this year. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), a third will fail within the first two years. The right Mentor can significantly improve the chances for success.

Lori Martinek

Lori Martinek