Spirit of the Entrepreneur

Spirit of the Entrepreneur

San Bernardino

Nominations are still open for the 16th Annual Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards. Launched in 1973, the annual event recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of the Inland Empire’s top entrepreneurial business leaders. Over the last 46 years, it has honored more than 250 entrepreneurs as finalists and bestowed the Spirit Award on 100 deserving business owners who represent the “best of the best” in terms of overcoming obstacles, believing in their dreams, taking risks, and persisting in the face of long odds. The program is sponsored by the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State San Bernardino.

There is still time for you to submit your candidate for the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Award. Candidates can be submitted online at https://spiritawardsie.com/easyNomination.php. Nominations will remain open until August 3.

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