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Thousands of subscribers across North America, every member of Congress and all attendees of the Native Business Summit will soon hold in their hands the May 2019 “Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs” issue. This debut issue, and sixth print issue of Native Business Magazine, serves to uplift Native business founders and leaders who are demonstrating ingenuity, professionalism and self-determination. Native entrepreneurship is foundational in building strong Tribal economies and keeping dollars circulating within our Native communities. Yet Native entrepreneurs have not been showcased enough. And in the spirit of that, the “Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs” issue stands to raise the profile of some of these powerful change agents who have taken the initiative to fulfill their dreams. It is vital that Indian Country support our own people. By investing in the goods and services of Native entrepreneurs, we demonstrate to those outside of Indian Country that we’re worthy of commerce and success.

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