‘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
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
Native Business Magazine’s April ‘Gaming’ Issue Circulates on NIGA Tradeshow Floor, Ships to Members of Congress and Subscribers Internationally
This week the April “Gaming” issue of Native Business Magazine is being distributed at the NIGA 2019 Tradeshow & Convention, taking place April 1-4, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California, wherein every attendee will receive a copy.read more
The Native Business Summit Will Bring the Knowledge, Resources and Passion from the Pages of Native Business Magazine to Life
Register by Friday, March 29th, at midnight PST, to save 15 percent with our advance registration rate for the Native Business Summit, taking place May 13-15, 2019, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.read more
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When Justin Notah went off to college at Colorado State University, his mother gave him a shoebox filled with trinkets from the family jewelry business his father started in 1970.
Standing Rock Is ‘Indigenizing Energy’: Nonprofits Build First and Largest Solar Farm in North Dakota
“Our mission of indigenizing energy is about merging the cultural values and wisdom … with new technologies to establish a sustainable platform,” said Cody TwoBears, founder and executive director of Indigenized Energy.
Stephan Cheney, a 29-year-old Lakota entrepreneur, hunts for wood around his Northern California home to make his signature furniture.
The first casino in the world to earn TRUE — Total Resource Use and Efficiency — Zero Waste certification is Tribally owned.
After holding down several positions in construction and management, Roxie Schescke decided to make good on her dream of owning her own business. In 2005, Indian Eyes, LLC, was born.
Since the Seminole Tribe purchased Hard Rock International for $965 million in 2006, the brand has expanded its presence from 45 to 74 countries.
Koyukon Athabascan entrepreneur Joy Huntington is achieving her goals through a combination of grit, an inborn ability to foster productive communications between people, and a firm footing in her Tribal heritage.
Over the last 20-plus years, the annual San Manuel Golf Tournament has donated more than $1.6 million in charitable funds to 36 nonprofit organizations.
“My mother always told me that there’s no such thing as saying, ‘That’s not my job,’” says Clara Pratte, CEO of Strongbow Strategies, a multi-disciplinary firm.
Investigation Into Claims of Minority Status to Win Federal Contracts Prompts St. Louis to Decertify 5 Operators
Officials in St. Louis have decertified at least five businesses that had claimed Native American status to receive minority set-aside government contracts.
Hemp fields will take root this summer on the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska. Ho-Chunk Farms was among the 10 businesses and organizations awarded a state license to start hemp farming in 2019.
Today Tribal Tech, LLC, Victoria Vasques’ 8(a) startup, has an impressive and growing collection of awards as one of the fastest-growing small businesses in the Washington, D.C. federal marketplace.
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