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CSUSB’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship publishes annual report of community impact
San Bernardino American
March 1, 2022
The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) has published the 2021 Impact Report and the data shows that the IECE continues to have a growing and impactful economic presence in the region.
Among the findings is that in 2021, the IECE had a total net positive economic contribution of slightly more than $70 million when the total loans, contracts and exports are combined. “That’s the direct economic impact, that doesn’t account for any multiplier effects,” said Mike Stull, director of IECE.
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CSUSB report: Assortment of issues figure in IE’s economic outlook
Inland News Today
March 2, 2022
Some volatility in the region’s economy is likely, yet it is continuing its steady growth.
That’s the latest assessment by the Institute of Applied Research (IAR) at Cal State San Bernardino. The volatility stems from the conflict in Ukraine, rising inflation, increasing borrowing rates, snarled supply chains, and talk of gas prices higher than ever.
The institute’s director, Barbara Sirotnik, said “At this point all we can say with certainty is that short term predictions about the regional economy are impossible to make with any sense of accuracy.”
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