How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

Tulsa-based Big Elk Energy Systems builds massive parts, the size of semi tractor-trailers, for use in the pipeline industry. Geoff Hager has some advice for potential Native entrepreneurs who want to follow his lead in starting up a successful energy-related company:...

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What COVID-19 May Mean for Tribal Sports Betting in 2020 

What COVID-19 May Mean for Tribal Sports Betting in 2020 

Given the NCAA’s cancellation of March Madness, what does that mean for the sports betting industry?If sports betting is the wave of the future for the gaming industry and specifically Indian gaming, that wave may be slightly delayed. Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has all...

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Our Success & Finance issue charts the business breakthroughs of Tribes and Tribal entrepreneurs in “The Greatest Success Stories of 2019.” We also pay homage to perseverance and tireless devotion to Indian Country. Ernie Stevens, Jr., and Cheryl Stevens, his wife of 37 years, grace one of the covers. We honor Ernie Stevens’ nearly 20 years of stewardship to Indian gaming as Chairman of NIGA. Tunica-Biloxi Chairman Marshall Pierite is featured on the opposite cover. He shares how gaming helped his Tribe “to transition from a surviving community to a thriving community,” and reflects on recent success in the financial services industry. We shine a light on financial institutions, such as Stearns Bank, and consider the investment strategy of Mno-Bmadsen. Meanwhile, the DOE’s James E. Campos, underscores: “Energy is our new economy, it is our new currency, and Native Americans play a large part in this equation.”

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has endorsed a bill that would legalize sports betting for all gambling stakeholders in the state: Tribal casino operators, the Connecticut Lottery and all licensed off-track betting vendors. The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Tribes,...

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Tunica-Biloxi Chairman Marshall Pierite: Cherishing the Past and Building for the Future

Marshall Pierite is not only Chairman of the Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana; he’s also a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, a small business owner, a former social worker, a father, and a husband.  “But the most important title I cherish is being a servant to all,”...

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