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Entrepreneurship center coming to Temecula

The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State San Bernardino will open an Entrepreneurial Resource Center Jan. 24  in Temecula.

A partnership of the IECE, Riverside County Economic Development and Temecula, the resource center will occupy the second floor of the Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange building, 43200 Business Park Drive, according to a statement.

The center will bring together support groups and other resources, including workshops, seminars and one-on-one counseling, to help small business owners and entrepreneurs in Temecula and nearby communities.

Besides helping more small businesses get started, the center will also address disparities in small business ownership in the Inland region.

“The entrepreneurial resource center is a great addition to the region that will supplement existing efforts like the Inland Empire Tech Bridge and the Murrieta Innovation Center,” said Mike Stull, professor of entrepreneurship and director of the center for entrepreneurship, in the statement.

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