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
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.read more
“We all left feeling inspired & ready to conquer & keep conquering our dreams & making a difference and that is PRICELESS,” said Native Business Summit attendee Nicole Seneca.read more
On stage in front of a live audience, the Native Business Podcast launched today at the Native Business Summit.read more
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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.
A subsidiary of Cherokee Nation Businesses that specializes in anti-terrorism and force protection has won a five-year contract valued up to $45 million with the United States Air Force.
On Episode 7 of the Native Business Podcast, Entrepreneurs Discuss Marketing and Leveraging the Tribal ‘Buy Native’ Initiative for Private Sector Growth
On episode 7 of the Native Business Podcast, entrepreneurs discuss moving the Tribal “Buy Native” initiative from concept to unprecedented economic and private sector growth catalyst.
An economic impact report released today demonstrates the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation’s modern and complex economy and substantial influence on the State of Connecticut.
In less than 10 years, Navajo Gaming has created over 7,600 direct, indirect and induced jobs with an overall economic output impact of over a billion dollars.
A powerhouse economic development and procurement conference is underway in Billings, Montana, led by a Native Community Development Financial Institution.
Lawmakers Praise Federal Ruling on Navajo Coal Mining to ‘Save Jobs and Revenue for Another 30 Years’
Two lawmakers gave praise on the 9th circuit ruling against green groups from blocking revenues, jobs and energy sustainability for the Navajo people.
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.
On the grounds of Tribal sovereign immunity, yesterday a federal court dismissed a challenge by environmental groups to expanded coal mining on the Navajo Nation to power the Four Corners Power Plant.
A hydro-electric project on First Nation territory along the North Saskatchewan River is forecasted to produce power at competitive rates for the rest of the century.
Inspirational Native Entrepreneur Joy Huntington Talks Relationship Building and Overcoming Fear on the Native Business Podcast, Episode 5
On episode 5 of the Native Business Podcast, hosts Gary and Carmen Davis, Founders and Publishers of Native Business Magazine, welcome Joy Huntington to the show.
The Quapaw Nation will break ground on a resort promised to “supercharge the region’s economy” in Pine Bluff, on its ancestral lands in Arkansas, on August 5.
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