“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
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
‘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
Premiere ‘Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs’ Issue Shines a Light on Business Visionaries Across Indian Country
Thousands of subscribers across North America, every member of Congress and all attendees of the Native Business Summit will soon hold in their hands the May 2019 “Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs” issue. Our debut “Native Business Top 50 Entrepreneurs” issue...read more
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Mescalero Apache Tribe President Arthur “Butch” Blazer, Vice President Gabe Aguilar and UFC fighter Holly Holm cast the first bets at the new sportsbook, powered by William Hill, at the Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino in Mescalero, New Mexico on July 25.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed SB 154 into law on Friday, granting exclusivity to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to operate sportsbooks at its two Class III casinos. The law limits wagering to retail locations.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a bill that would affirm that two Texas Tribes can offer gaming under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
Mohegan Sun Beyond “is the most advanced, integrated casino resort online product and solution available on the market,” said Robert Melendres, founder and CEO of iPro, Inc.
Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce Act to Protect Native Seeds to Ensure Food Security, Economic Development
An Act to protect Native seeds would help Indian Country realize more economic gain in addition to protecting health and traditional food sources.
Nikki Baker-Limore has been selected to serve as general counsel for the largest Tribally operated health system in the United States.
A federal judge in Utah has blocked the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from enforcing a departmental directive that barred a Tribe’s down payment financing for federally insured mortgages.
For Chrystal Antao, becoming the CEO of Cherokee Data Solutions wasn’t merely a career move — it was stepping forward to lead a family company that had been started from scratch by her mother nearly two decades ago.
The scale of Eighth Generation’s success is totally unprecedented for a Native-owned business in the arts space.
Pascua Yaqui Tribal members currently navigate between various buildings dispersed across their reservation in Pima County, Arizona, near Tucson, for various medical and social services. But that’s all changing.
Bethany Yellowtail, Northern Cheyenne/Crow, founded her fashion label in 2015 in Los Angeles. As CEO and designer of the B.YELLOWTAIL label, Yellowtail specializes in storytelling through wearable art.
Multiple casinos in New York were jockeying to open the state’s first legal sportsbook. The Oneida Nation is among the pack leaders.
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