Special Events

90 Day Business Challenge

Have you failed at starting a business or failed at trying?Whether you have a business idea or not, this program is designed to help you find the right idea and start or grow a profitable business that you love without spending a ton of money. In this unique and proprietary 3-month course you will focus on taking action and getting real results, GUARANTEED!

If you are ready to commit to incredible business growth download and submit your application along with the $97 application fee by January 5th, 2015.


90 Day Business Challenge Details

Corona Women's Business Partnership

Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 19th and join us for the Corona Women's Business Partnership. Network with other business professionals and get great information on a hot business topic. It's happening from 3 to 5 p.m. at Corona City Hall.

Details to follow shortly.

Inland Prosperity Conference

The Inland Empire and Coachella Valley Women’s Business Centers are pleased to announce the third Inland Prosperity Conference on Saturday, March 28, 2015.

The event mission is to bring regional focus to the plethora of opportunities available in every economy – visible to those in the right mindset. This event will serve as a reminder that to prosper takes action – this conference will present many prospects for learning and advancement – prospects for taking action.

More information coming soon...

Last Year's Schedule

Time Title Speaker
8:40 am The Power of Positivity on Your Path to Prosperity Michelle Skiljan
9:00 am Secrets of a Best Seller Book Launch Amanda Johnson
10:15 am The Top 5 Ways to Attract Corporate Sponsors Linda Hollander
12:00 pm Just a Noticeable Difference: The Key to Building a Wildly Successful Business Susan Solovic
1:15 pm Overcoming the Sales Blocks that Keep you in Scarcity Ursula Mentjes
2:30 pm Going for It! Taking the Leap to Achieve Your Dreams Michelle Patterson, Linda Smith, and Sandy Slade
4:00 pm Crowd Funding – How we successfully raised money with a Crowd Funding Campaign Letitia Wright