Entrepreneur Magazine published an interview today with Gary and Carmen Davis about their latest venture, Native Business.read more
Harvard Kennedy Grad Gabrielle Scrimshaw Intends to Start an Investment Firm for Indigenous Business
Gabrielle Scrimshaw, a member of the Hatchet Lake First Nation, is creating an investment firm to help tribes and First Nations build and start business.read more
In addition to employing a homegrown force, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe is using a combination of tribal loans and nonprogram income to build homes with eco-friendly blocks made of 87 percent recycled items.read more
Gary and Carmen Davis Launch ‘Native Business’ to Shine a Light on Economic Development and Entrepreneurship in Indian Country
A wealth of ingenuity and strategic planning for economic growth exists across Indian Country. Yet these stories and blueprints for economic success are often bucketed and contained within their communities.read more
As reservation poverty rates and unemployment remain among the highest in the nation, tribes sit on an estimated $1.5 trillion in untapped oil, natural gas, coal, and other valuable minerals. Billions of megawatts in solar and wind energy potential lie dormant as well.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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Gary and Carmen Davis Reflect on Native Business Magazine’s Major Milestones in 2018, Look Ahead to a Prosperous New Year
As 2018 comes to a close, Publishers Gary and Carmen Davis are taking a moment to reflect on Native Business Magazine’s milestones and to prepare for the future.
Starting a business requires determination and creative problem solving—to acquire the capital to build a business, or to launch with low overhead. Check out these four Native Startups.
The economic self-determination and self-sufficiency of many tribes rests in their ability to manage their natural resources effectively.
Technology is the future of business, and tribes and native individuals are doing their part to stay ahead of the curve. We reflect on five of our best tech stories of 2018.
Health Is Wealth: From a Tribal Medical School to a Native-Owned Midwifery Center, These Were Our Top Healthcare Stories of 2018
As the popular adage goes, health is wealth. Tribes and indigenous entrepreneurs across Indian Country are taking proactive, sovereign control over the health of their tribal communities and future generations.
Trump’s fight with Democrats over border wall funding partially closed the federal government starting on Saturday.
Tribes are diversifying and thriving through traditional agriculture economies. Here, we spotlight three stories of agricultural success previously featured on NativeBusinessMag.com.
The Michigan legislature voted early Friday to legalize online gaming throughout the state. Now Michigan’s 23 tribal casinos can operate online gambling sites if they secure state authorization through their compacts or become commercial operators through the Michigan Control Board.
The Passamaquoddy Tribe is seeking to leverage its broadband capacity to create a data center. The hydrogen-powered server would provide data storage for businesses and individuals.
The national prohibition on industrial hemp has been lifted. Yesterday President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill into law.
A federal judge has ruled Nebraska cannot dismiss a lawsuit filed by two Ho-Chunk, Inc. subsidiaries against state regulation of its tobacco manufacturing and distribution.
The Sports Wagering Market Integrity Act of 2018 (SWMIA), a new bipartisan bill, aims to put the federal government in control of sports betting across the nation once again.
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