Tuesday, Febraury 29 2020

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
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Inland Empire Institute of Business and Technology 
7940 Cherry Ave.
Suite 201
Fontana, CA 92336

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6 Steps to Influence Your Customers to BUY


Get the equipment and supplies you need to start, run or grow your business without bogging down your personal credit. This workshop will uncover the tricks to establish and grow business credit quickly.


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Artina McIntosh is a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of entrepreneurial expertise ranging from child care, consulting, retail/ executive sales, transportation, business formation, non-profits and career and technical training.  She is the founder of Empowering Success Now a non-profit organization that provides a variety of resources and education to youth and adults in the community and is also the owner of the Inland Empire Institute of Business and Technology which offers over 14 career certifications.

Although Artina has a love for business she has a passion for education. She has a Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing and management. She is the lead Professor of Business/Entrepreneurship at Los Angeles Trade Tech College, sits on the LACCD Project MATCH Committee and actively participates in mentoring future College Professors. Realizing the impact of technology on education, she is also a Microsoft Innovative Educational Expert.

Apart from her entrepreneurial and education pursuits, Professor McIntosh involves herself in various community and civic endeavors. She assist aspiring and current business owners with the start, growth and advancement of their businesses in addition to being  a SCORE volunteer. She conducts business entrepreneurship seminars, workshops and training's for the Women’s Business Center, city Chamber of Commerce's and various organizations throughout the state. Beyond assisting adults she also worked with Councilmen Price of LA’s 9th District in facilitating his Youth Innovative Entrepreneurial Leadership Development program and is a recurring judge for the “Future Business Leaders of America” youth business competition. 

Artina has been featured in numerous magazines such as Essence, Ebony and other articles distributed around the world showcasing her commitment to her community and excellence in business.