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Ignite Your Business This Summer

IEWBC - Ignite Business Program

Colton, Calif. – The Inland Empire Women’s Business Center (IEWBC) will begin the newest session of their mind-shifting, strategic management business course in July 2019. Applications are already available at, under the “Our Programs” tab.

Ignite: 90 Days to Business Mastery is our successful 90-day program taught by CEO of 360 Leadership, Patti Cotton. Business owners gain strategic management skills and free continuous business counseling that will help Ignite their business to the next level. Ignite will fast-track your business in just 90 days to get significant traction and great results. All bi-weekly group meetings will be held via teleconference, so you can attend from wherever you are!

Past participants of our Ignite program

  • Saw significant results and highly recommend the Ignite program. They agree that Ignite teaches a ‘mind shift’ by giving them the confidence to work through a process to create a plan and follow it and provides them with the tools they need to get to their goals more productively and easily.
  • Achieved excellent results and successes such as:
    A 300% increase in sales
    A 700% increase in online presence
    Turning their product into a product which Amazon now sells

Recommend this program to any business owner who wants to get the most out of their business and become unstuck, more accountable, more productive and more successful. Two such participants stated,

  • “I’d refer anyone who is serious about getting serious about your business because this program gives you the tools you need to get there.” -Karyn C.
  • “One of the reasons I would recommend this course is that we all know what we want in our business but we don’t necessarily know how to get there. This course will help you and help you do it now.”  – Angelica R.

Space is limited and early applications are encouraged, so apply today! More information and applications are available at under the “Our Programs” tab. Ignite is made possible through the partnership of the IEWBC and Patti Cotton and funding from CitiBank.

The IEWBC is offering a discount of over 30% to NAWBO members and Veterans! However, partial scholarships are available for all who qualify, to help cover the cost of the program.

The next Ignite session will begin in July 16th, 2019. Completed applications are due via email (PDF format only) by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, July 1st, 2019. For additional information, contact event coordinator Joelle Passerello, at 909-890-1242 or email

The Inland Empire Women’s Business Center hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday by appointment only. For more information, visit the IEWBC website at or contact Joelle Passerello or Michelle Skiljan at (909) 890-1242.

The Inland Empire and Coachella Valley Women’s Business Centers are programs of the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State San Bernardino. Housed in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, IECE, which administers the programs in collaboration with the U.S. Small Business Administration, is inland Southern California’s leading organization dedicated to supporting and promoting entrepreneurship. The WBCs provides business counseling, training and mentoring designed for women business owners.

California State University, San Bernardino is a preeminent center of intellectual and cultural activity in Inland Southern California. Opened in 1965 and set at the foothills of the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, the university serves more than 20,000 students each year and graduates about 4,000 students annually. The university offers more than 70 traditional baccalaureate and master’s degree programs, education credential and certificate programs, and a doctorate program in educational leadership. Every one of its academic programs that is eligible has earned national accreditation. CSUSB reflects the dynamic diversity of the region and has the most diverse student population of any university in the Inland Empire. More than 80 percent of those who graduate are the first in their families to do so.

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