Michael Stull discusses CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship role in region’s economic growth

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Michael Stull discusses CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship role in region’s economic growth
InlandEmpire.us
April 11, 2018

At the recent San Bernardino Regional Business Summit and State of the County address, Robert Lovingood, chairman of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, noted that the county is experiencing growth across a number of economic indicators, including job creation. More than 3,000 new employers added to the region’s economy in the past year.

Mike Stull knows something about job creation. As the director of the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration at Cal State San Bernardino, Stull’s initiatives have supported the efforts of more than 70,000 aspiring entrepreneurs, small business owners, and students over the past 20 years.

Using seminars, training workshops, coaching, business plan development, mentoring, and the college’s new incubator program, Stull’s team of experienced educators and business owners guide and help launch the next generation of entrepreneurs.

“Entrepreneurs are the ones that have vision, the ideas, the passion, energy and innovation to remake our economy, creating new jobs, and products and services that didn’t exist before,” said Stull, who is a professor of entrepreneurship. “Here in the center, we have the ecosystem to support and encourage their growth and help them move successfully out into the community.”

Read the complete article at “Jack H. Brown College’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship — San Bernardino County’s partner for economic growth.”

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