Minority entrepreneurs find purchases in Inland Empire, but struggle to climb amid pandemic impacts and government regulations

Minority entrepreneurs find purchases in Inland Empire, but struggle to climb amid pandemic impacts and government regulations

Domestic Empire. minority entrepreneurs outperformed the state and national average, accounting for about 44% of the total number of minority businesses in the area.

Daniel RyerSpecial to the Valley NewsThe Inland Empire region has outperformed state and national trends, especially regarding underrepresented minority entrepreneurs, according to a report published last week. The State of Entrepreneurship Report was the result of a research team from the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship and School of Entrepreneurship at California State University San Bernardino in collaboration with the Institute for Applied Research. The report classifies the underrepresented minority group as those participants who self-identified as Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latin, or Native American/Indigenous, even if they also identified as white, Pacific-Islander, or other. Information from the latest US Census shows Hispanic-ow

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