The value add of our digital content in 2020 is intense. Native Business will bring news and information directly to Indian Country like never before.
As we enter 2020 and a new decade, we want to say thank you to all of our hundreds of thousands of digital visitors in 2019 who contributed to our 3,407,423 and counting page views. That number is increasing daily, particularly as we recently expanded our digital footprint with the launch of the Native Business App!
Yesterday we celebrated Native Business’ groundbreaking milestones and achievements of 2019. Today we look boldly to the future, sharing our plans for innovation and growth in the year ahead.
In 2020, it’s full-speed ahead for Native Business:
Enhancing the way you access news through the Native Business App.
Innovation is happening at a faster pace, now more so than ever, and that is absolutely true in the world of publishing and media. As a Native-owned publication, we are right in line with those trends, making our content available to our readers in the most accessible and up-to-date fashion possible.
We look forward to continuing to deliver the news you need to know — now direct to your phones and tablets via the Native Business App.
Every day in 2020, Native Business App users who sign up for notifications will receive an alert when we publish an article within your business sector(s) or section(s) of interest — such as news, banking/finance, cannabis, entrepreneurship, workforce development, etc.
New Native Business Podcast Episodes
In 2020, we’ll release even more Native Business Podcast episodes, accessible via the Native Business App (and all platforms where you get your podcasts). New episodes will feature interviews with leading Native businesspeople and Tribal leaders from across Indian Country, who will weigh in on business news, trends, growth and more.
Subscribe to the Native Business Podcast on Stitcher, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play — or whatever channel you get your podcasts! And download the Native Business App for easy access to all Native Business podcasts, or visit NativeBusinessMag.com/Podcast.
Introducing Native Business Video, a Business Training & Development Portal
This year, Native Business will roll out a paid business training and development portal, available via Native Business Video at NativeBusinessMag.com.
The paid platform will deliver highly valuable business training and “how to” videos, available at a price point accessible to most everyone.
Native Business videos will also capture thought-provoking panel conversations, presentations, speeches and tangible business advice shared at the Native Business Summit, as well as provide access to exclusive interviews with Tribal thought leaders and successful Native entrepreneurs.
Native Business videos are sure to be a valuable resource to keep readers informed and help them and their businesses grow.
2nd Annual Native Business Summit
The 2nd annual Native Business Summit 2020 will energize, motivate and empower attendees with business inspiration and tactical knowledge and advice. Over the course of 3 days, the summit will deliver impactful, value-added business trainings, workshops, roundtables, networking and keynotes featuring Tribal leaders, successful Native American business owners, key federal officials, and well-known entrepreneurs.
The 2nd Annual Native Business Summit will take place September 1-3, 2020, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We’re very grateful to Cherokee Nation Businesses, the presenting sponsor of our summit, for their previous and ongoing support.
Take advantage of heavily discounted summit pricing with our early bird rates by registering now for the Native Business Summit 2020 at NativeBusinessSummit.com.
As Native Business executes our 2020 vision to bring greater value to Indian Country and beyond, we are committed to continuing to harness cutting-edge technology to enhance access to business resources and news. We’re excited about blazing a new path of innovation in 2020, and continually sharpening our stick as we move forward.
Thank you for your support, which helps the Native Business team advance our mission: empowering business and entrepreneurship across Indian Country.
From our hearts to yours, we wish you a happy new year, and even greater prosperity in 2020 and the new decade ahead!
Gary and Carmen Davis are the Founders and Publishers of Native Business. Gary Davis, a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, serves as CEO of Native Business, Executive Director of the Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA), and as a member of the Forbes Finance Council. Carmen Davis is a member of the Makah Nation and she is also from the Chippewa-Cree and Yakama Tribes. Carmen serves as Executive Editor of Native Business, President of Davis Strategy Group, and as the owner of the Native Style clothing brand.