“APACHE Skateboards really is a platform for success,” Douglas Miles, founder of APACHE Skateboards, told Native Business Magazine. Miles offers three powerful questions to consider when developing a brand.
Aspiring and emerging indigenous writers, directors and actors will want to attend NBC Entertainment’s special session at one of the largest Native film festivals in the country.
IndigiThreads, a fashion documentary web series conceived by First Nations entrepreneurs Ryan Cooper and Adeline Bird, recently won $30,000 in cash and $20,000 of in-kind prizing and mentorship.
The novelist who penned the HBO series “Game of Thrones” is offering scholarships for film students at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA).
While Grownup Navajo began as a blog and online community in September 2012, today, Grownup Navajo could be considered a startup business.
On Thursday, September 27, the Oglala Lakota Artspace LLC will break ground on the first-ever arts center on the Pine Ridge Reservation. The Kyle, South Dakota-based Oglala Lakota Artspace, a $2.75 million project, is scheduled for completion near the end of 2019.