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Gissel Bojorquez
NLBWA-IE featured member presents Sofia Chacon: a mother, entrepreneur and community influential.
Have you checked in with an attorney recently, and do you know the answers to these questions as applied to your small business?  If not, it may be time for a legal check-up.  
Knowing your customer seems like an obvious requirement when launching a new business or expanding a product line, after all we’ve been told about its importance in most business or marketing courses.   What we don’t typically hear is that without a “deep and first-hand” knowledge of the customer we are likely to fail in...
Prosperity through Entrepreneurship is primarily fueled by our constitutional right to own property, own businesses, generate income from that property and keep the earnings!
Here are the top mistakes that people make when creating a business succession plan – and how you can avoid them.
Agradecemos a todos nuestros patrocinadores y socios, mentores, oradores, capacitadores, voluntarios y participantes que han apoyado nuestra misión y visión de conectar y elevar a las empresas de propiedad de mujeres latinas para generar un impacto positivo en la comunidad de Inland Empire.
We thank all of our sponsors and partners, mentors, speakers, trainers, volunteers, and participants who have supported our mission and vision of connecting and elevating Latina Owned businesses to create a positive impact in the Inland Empire community.
La National Latina Business Women Association of the Inland Empire y UC Riverside Extensions se asociaron en un programa de Micro MBA para empresas de propiedad de minorías y de mujeres.
The National Latina Business Women Association of the Inland Empire and UC Riverside Extensions partnered on a Micro MBA program for Minority-Owned & Women-Owned Enterprises.
A study on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on fast-growing Latina-owned businesses (LaOB) in the Inland Empire
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The National Latina Business Women Association Inland Empire Institute (NLBWA-IE) is a regional 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization with the purpose of strengthening the success of Latina Entrepreneurs in the Inland Southern California region by educating, promoting, developing, and supporting the rapid growth of Latina business owners and professionals.

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