Metcon, based in Pembroke, North Carolina, now has five offices around the Carolinas and employs 80 people. It has been involved in 650 construction project completions over the years.read more
Native Food and Beverage Professionals Discuss the Indigenous Food Movement on Episode 6 of the Native Business Podcast
On the 6th episode of the Native Business Podcast, Native American food and beverage professionals who weigh in on Indigenous food movement that has taken off and shows no sign of slowing down.read more
In 2014, Running Fisher Jones invested $25,000 of her own money to launch TPMOCS ― an all-Native business that creates handmade moccasins for infants and toddlers ― for the sole purpose of creating economic opportunity for her impoverished Tribe.read more
Native Business will be rolling out profiles of the Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs online at NativeBusinessMag.com to further uplift and promote their great work.read more
A Common Theme Binds Native Business Magazine’s June 2019 Issue: Through Agricultural, Natural Resource & Tourism Development, We Empower Self-Reliance
Our first “Tourism, Agriculture & Natural Resources” issue is hot off the presses and shipping across the world to thousands of subscribers.read more
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Given the proliferation of imitated-Zuni art across the southwest and globe, a new gallery on the Zuni Pueblo aims to affirm the credibility and legitimacy of Zuni art.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi Attends Unveiling of Northern Arapaho Tribe’s $3M Expansion to Health Care Center
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi joined Northern Arapaho tribal leaders, city officials, financing partner MoFi, and community members at today’s unveiling of the newly expanded Wind River Family & Community Health Care in Riverton, Wyoming.
Warren’s Proposal Earmarks $5B to Expand Tribal Broadband, Tribes Win Ruling Against FCC on 5G Infrastructure
Today the D.C Circuit ruled that the FCC failed to sufficiently justify its order permitting telecom providers to deploy 5G small-cell infrastructure at Tribal heritage sites without proper Tribal consultation or completing historic preservation and environmental reviews.
MGM Sues Interior, Argues Tribes Seek to Leverage a ‘Monopoly Over Commercial Gaming in Connecticut’
MGM Resorts International has filed a lawsuit in federal court, arguing that the Interior and its Bureau of Indian Affairs have no authority to approve Connecticut-Tribal gaming compacts for off-reservation commercial casinos.
Navajo Nation to Support New Mexico’s Diversified Energy Economy With Paragon Bitsi Ranch Solar Development
The Navajo Nation is paving the path forward for the development of its Paragon Bitsi Ranch solar development project in the Navajo community of Huerfano in the state of New Mexico.
In 2014, Running Fisher Jones invested $25,000 of her own money to launch TPMOCS ― an all-Native business that creates handmade moccasins for infants and toddlers ― for the sole purpose of creating economic opportunity for her impoverished Tribe.
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is among six businesses bidding to develop a commercial casino in the city of Waukegan, north of Chicago, in the heart of Potawatomi treaty lands.
Eleven Native American-owned start-ups have been selected from a competitive pool to enter the rigorous Change Labs Business Incubator.
Texas Mineral Resources is an exploration stage mining company with its flagship property, Round Top Mountain, near Sierra Blanca in Hudspeth County, Texas.
Everything You Need to Know About the Native American Agriculture Fund’s Plans to Shepherd its $266M Portfolio
The people placed in charge of stewarding these funds and ensuring that the grant process is as transparent, fair and complete as possible are already respected for their distinguished service to Indian Country.
Pechanga Resort Casino is the official casino of the Los Angeles Rams under a cross-promotional partnership that also aims to bring new and important philanthropic events to the Southern California region.
The new Gila Crossing Community School is notable not only for its Tribal design and American Indian artwork, but also for its unique financing model, which represents a first for school construction financing in Indian Country.
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