Always the Right Angle in Constructing IE’s Most Sustainable Business Hub – Tammy Martin-Ryles BCCIE

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Always the Right Angle in Constructing IE’s Most Sustainable Business Hub - Tammy Martin-Ryles BCCIE
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In this episode of The Startempire Wire Founder’s Podcast I sit down with #Entrepreneur Tammy Martin-Ryles, Founder of the Black Chamber of Commerce Inland Empire. We discuss Tammy’s journey of the creation of the Black Chamber of Commerce Inland Empire & talk about where the BCCIE currently is in the growth process and current goals and needs.
The Black Chamber of Commerce Inland Empire is a 501(c)6 based in San Bernardino, California. Their main presence and activities cover the San Bernardino and Riverside counties, with events in and members hailing from Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego.
The mission of the Black Chamber of Commerce: Inland Empire is to promote the economic development of a culturally diverse business community through networking, establishing business partnerships and education that reflect the local community. They accomplish this with their forward-thinking philosophies and their consistent networking activities in Ontario, San Bernardino, Riverside and Rialto.
The BCCIE events range from social events to educational workshops that help businesses secure funding, retain employees and become more profitable, not only in the business’ own bottom line but for the greater good of our community.
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6:12 Introduction & Origin of your Startup
14:57 Commercial
21:38 What need does your Startup meet
27:20 The Growth of Your Startup
31:35 Current Needs of Your Startup
37:40 Short term goals of your Startup
42:20 Future goals of your Startup
57:15 Info about you & your startup online

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