Native Business’ Summer Issue Spotlights Groundbreaking Tribal Health Care, Trailblazers in Arts & Entertainment, and Disruptors in the Beauty Industry
The eighth edition of Native Business Magazine examines Tribal and Native involvement in the lucrative arts and entertainment, health and wellness, and beauty industries.read more
In 2014, Running Fisher Jones invested $25,000 of her own money to launch TPMOCS ― an all-Native business that creates handmade moccasins for infants and toddlers ― for the sole purpose of creating economic opportunity for her impoverished Tribe.read more
Ben Jacobs, Osage, is knee-deep in plans to expand Tocabe beyond Colorado’s borders, bringing exquisite ingredients sourced from Native vendors to people across the country.read more
Everything You Need to Know About the Native American Agriculture Fund’s Plans to Shepherd its $266M Portfolio
The people placed in charge of stewarding these funds and ensuring that the grant process is as transparent, fair and complete as possible are already respected for their distinguished service to Indian Country.read more
Metcon, based in Pembroke, North Carolina, now has five offices around the Carolinas and employs 80 people. It has been involved in 650 construction project completions over the years.read more
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The eighth edition of Native Business Magazine spotlights groundbreaking Tribal health care systems, trailblazers in arts & entertainment, & disruptors in the beauty industry. Showcasing Puyallup Tribal Chairman David Z. Bean on the cover, we consider the Tribe’s unique & integrated approach to conventional, naturopathic & traditional Native healing. Native Business goes behind the scenes w/the Cherokee Nation Film Office, created to promote northeast Oklahoma as a prime destination for filmmakers. We interview the visionaries behind the hottest beauty brands in Indian Country, such as Cheekbone Beauty. Native Business shines a light on two Comanche innovators who recently launched The Native Oil brand of CBD wellness products for luxury resorts & spas. And established entrepreneur Joy Huntington shares her latest endeavor: the Joy Huntington brand (JoyHuntington.com). Take a page from her book: “…to build extraordinary confidence, I had to take extraordinary risks,” Huntington says.
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A new $5 million line of credit from Associated Bank of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will help ILCC advance economic development and land recovery for Tribes — something ILCC will achieve by leveraging its unique approach to lending.
Ben Jacobs, Osage, is knee-deep in plans to expand Tocabe beyond Colorado’s borders, bringing exquisite ingredients sourced from Native vendors to people across the country.
Stacy Leeds to Guide Future Lawyers to Advance & Defend Tribal Rights Through ASU’s Indian Legal Program
Stacy L. Leeds, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, will teach federal Indian law this fall as part of ASU’s Indian Legal Program.
At least two Native American-owned companies made the 2019 Inc. 5000 list, including Chloeta, coming in at No. 606, and Tribal Tech, ranking at No. 3783.
On the 9th episode of the Native Business Podcast, panelists discuss how the Internet and e-commerce are leveling the playing field in Indian Country.
The Cherokee Nation Businesses Board of Directors has named former Principal Chief Bill John Baker to Executive Chairman at CNB, effective immediately.
Tribal casinos have a long history of cross-promotion with a range of partners, such as sports stadiums and arenas.
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel will expand its existing footprint and introduce the Little Six Casino’s Club Gold prior to the 2019 Vikings season.
Bill McClure, who started NativeAmericanCoffee.com with his daughter, Ellie, in 2008, attributes a lot of his success to hustle and old-fashioned business practices.
Judge Again Rules in Favor of Ponca Tribe, Which Is Ready to Put Lawsuits to Bed and Focus on Economic Growth
Last year, the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska opened a casino on restored Tribal lands in Iowa, while a civil case against the gaming establishment was pending.
Sacramento-Based Resort, a Seminole Tribe & Enterprise Rancheria Partnership, Now Accepting Reservations
The project marks an historic partnership between two Tribes: the Seminole Tribe of Florida, owners of Hard Rock International, and the Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe of the Enterprise Rancheria.
Tribal casinos earned top spots on Business Insider’s list of 50 best casinos in America, based on data from 360,781 TripAdvisor reviews.
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