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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...
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...
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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.

Recent Articles

Latina Entrepreneurs In The IE Take Charge of Their Finances!
February 12, 2024
LEILA ™ AWARDS CEREMONY As the Inland Empire business community turns a new leaf in 2023, Latina-Owned businesses appear as resolute and valuable as a gold-spreading radiance that lights the path for future women entrepreneurs. The inspiration for this year’s LEILA Awards is taken from what is the most valuable and reliable; a ‘Gold Standard.’ Latina-owned businesses in the Inland Empire exemplify the qualities of pure gold recognized for their remarkable adaptability, strength, and relentless spirit and are formed through a transformation that requires ingenuity, grit, and a winning mindset. During the event, we’ll examine the findings of the most recent NLBWA-IE research study in partnership with UCR. This analysis focuses on the digital divide’s disproportionate impact on Latina-owned businesses, particularly the lack of access to media literacy in the Inland Empire region. The Latinas nominated are entrepreneurs that have demonstrated leadership and service to their community. We are thrilled to recognize these brilliant women in 3 categories: LATINA EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR AWARD, LATINA OWNED EMERGING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD, and LATINA OWNED BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD.
The 2023 LEILA™ Gala Was A Huge Success!
January 23, 2024
2023 Business Management & Leadership Academy UCR Micro MBA – A Supplier Development
January 23, 2024