Native Business Video Learning: Watch entrepreneur mentoring & 8(a) insights from Victoria Vasques, Owner and Chairwoman of Tribal Tech, LLC

Victoria Vasques is the founder of one of the fastest-growing small businesses in the Washington, D.C.  

Enjoy this insightful and inspiring Native Business Virtual Summit broadcast interview delivering entrepreneur mentoring & federal contracting insights from Victoria Vasques, the owner and chairwoman of Tribal Tech, LLC.

As founder of one of the fastest-growing small businesses in the Washington, D.C. federal marketplace, Victoria Vasques offers perspective on the deep commitment and persistence required to build past performance and how to improve a firm’s ability to bid competitively and win contracts with federal agencies. 

Part Diegueno, hailing from the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians based in Valley Center, California, Vasques founded her 8(a) startup Tribal Tech, LLC, 20 years ago. In this interview conducted by Native Business founder and Executive Editor, Carmen Davis, Victoria shares advice on how to succeed in the federal contracting space and provides her thoughts on how to manage the growth of your business.

Many other thought provoking ideas and insights are shared. Enjoy and please feel free to share this video with your network.

Native Business Magazine

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Carmen Davis - Founder, Publisher and Executive Editor

Mrs. Davis is the founder, publisher and executive editor of the only Native American wholly owned and operated national tribal business publication, Native Business Magazine, and the producer of the annual and nationally attended Native Business Summit.

Mrs. Davis is also president of Davis Strategy Group has over 23 years of service to Indian Country and as an entrepreneur she has successfully established, operated, managed and grown several businesses in multiple sectors. She is equal parts a strategic visionary and behind-the-scenes implementor, essential in guiding and overseeing every process of brand development, business expansion, nation-to-nation relationship building and more.

She was named in 2009 as one of the first recipients of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s, “40 Under 40” award which recognizes up and coming community and business leaders from across Indian Country.