Make sure you’re in the innovation loop. Register now for three days of highly beneficial business development trainings, presentations and networking at the Native Business Summit, taking place May 13-15, 2019, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Early Bird rates end Thursday, January 31st. Save 25 percent by registering now.
The inaugural Native Business Summit will energize, inspire, inform and empower Indian Country, diving into a diversity of topics essential to Tribal self-sustainability and prosperity. Engaging forums will address Technology and Cybersecurity, Infrastructure, Healthcare, Corporate Diversity, and Growing Business Journalism in Indian Country. Breakout sessions will cover topics such as Finance: Capitalizing Indian Country, Entrepreneurship: The Power of Self-Sovereignty, Small Business Training and Startup Basics, Accounting / Legal / Human Resources, Gaming, Agriculture and Hemp, and Energy—including focuses on “The Future of Tribal Oil and Gas” and renewables with “Trapping the Sun/Powering the Rez.”
“The dynamism and anticipated impact of the Native Business Summit is unparalleled. You’ll hear from Tribal leadership, and from executives of enterprises and corporations who are advancing economic development in Indian Country. It’s a must-attend event—especially for companies interested in doing business with Indian Country,” said Gary Davis, Native Business Magazine Co-Founder and Publisher. Gary Davis has led numerous national efforts to expand economic opportunity for Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and Native American entrepreneurs.
Native Business Summit attendees will also have the opportunity to interact with the best and brightest Native American and First Nations business owners and entrepreneurs from across Indian Country—many of whom you’ve read about in the pages of Native Business Magazine.
“Native Business is unique because we provide the news and insights that inspire and shine a light on Tribes, ANCs and Native business owners who are innovating and growing the economy of Indian Country. The Native Business Summit will bring together the businesses and entrepreneurs our readers have learned about in Native Business Magazine and assemble them together at our Summit to share their knowledge and further inspire business growth and creation,” said Carmen Davis, Co-founder, Publisher and Executive Editor of Native Business Magazine.
Register now for the inaugural Native Business Summit at NativeBusinessMag.com/Summit. Save 25 percent with Early Bird Conference pricing! Early Bird rates end Thursday, January 31st.