Former Leader of RES Conference To Present Native Business Summit. Pre-Early Bird Registration Ends November 30
Pre-early bird registration rates for what is sure to be one of the most dynamic business events in Indian Country end this Friday, November 30.
“I talk to a lot of entrepreneurs and the number one thing that I tell them is don’t follow the rules,” says Heather Abbey, CEO and co-founder of Indig Inc.
As much of the country abandons Columbus Day, a relic of painful and misconstrued history, and shifts to embrace indigenous pride, Native Business Magazine™ is taking the opportunity to honor “disruptors,” who we define as people or businesses “stirring things up.”
On any given day, you may find Vanessa Roanhorse, Diné, founder and CEO of Roanhorse Consulting, discussing ways to raise the voice of minority businesses and localize economic development with her client, the City of Albuquerque, where she also calls home.
Lyla June, Diné and Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne), an internationally renowned public speaker, poet and musician, views business as intrinsic to indigenous values.