Today, two Native American women made history. Rep. Sharice Davids, D-Kansas, and Rep. Deb Haaland, D-New Mexico, were sworn into the 116th Congress at noon.read more
On behalf of Native Business Magazine, Publishers Gary and Carmen Davis wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2019.read more
‘Your Network Is Your Net Worth’: The Native Business Summit Is Underway, Building Bridges Across Indian Country
“Your network is your net worth,” said Gary Davis (Cherokee), Publisher of Native Business Magazine, “and that’s what we’re building here at the Native Business Summit.”read more
The December Issue Is Here! Native Business Releases its Finance Issue Featuring Cherokee Nation Treasurer Lacey Horn on the Cover
The second issue of Native Business Magazine is hot off the press and shipping across North America.read more
How do you spell “determination?” You might want to start with Danielle Forward (Makahmo Pomo), now a Product Designer for Facebook.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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The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (SRMT) has named Colleen Thomas its Planning and Infrastructure Department Director.
Meet Jamie Fullmer, Founder of Blue Stone Strategy Group and a Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs Honoree
“I am proud of the work that we do to support Tribes as they strive to build their futures for their people,” says Jaime Fullmer.
Wyoming-based Wind River Hotel and Casino and related Tribal enterprises have new leadership.
Meet Michell Hicks, Founder of Chief Strategy Group and a Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs Honoree
Michell A. Hicks, the former principal chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) in North Carolina, has embarked on his latest venture.
Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment is ready to invest between $3.5 billion to $4.5 billion to develop a casino resort in Tomakomai, a city located on the Japanese island of Hokkaido.
Meet Matt Silverstein, Founder of FirstNation Health and a Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs Honoree
Matt Silverstein, Choctaw, points out that health care costs have risen six times faster than wages for decades, and that health care is usually a Tribe’s second-biggest expense after payroll.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer met with officials from the Navajo Generating Station to discuss the retainment of certain assets that could create more economic opportunities for Navajo people and entrepreneurs in the future.
Meet Robert Weaver, a Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs Honoree, Who Believes: Heal The System, Heal The People
Entrepreneurship can be a solitary pursuit — but not for healthcare consultant Robert Weaver, a member of the Quapaw Nation.
In 2003, Peter Boome (Upper Skagit) was about to start law school and was looking to be more resilient regarding his family’s income.
Steven Paul Judd had no formal training as an artist or graphic designer. He learned Photoshop through online tutorials.
Grand opening dates have been set in October for the combined $2.2 billion expansions of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa and the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.
George Rivera, an artist and former Governor of the Pueblo of Pojoaque, says that one of his strengths is creating cultural icons.
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