“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.READ MORE
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.”READ MORE
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.READ MORE
Lyla June, Diné and Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne), an internationally renowned public speaker, poet and musician, views business as intrinsic to indigenous values.READ MORE
The scale of Eighth Generation’s success is totally unprecedented for a Native-owned business in the arts space. Business has more than doubled each year, and Louie Gong anticipates even bigger strides in 2018.READ MORE
Decolonizing Philanthropy: Edgar Villanueva Wants to Change How You Think About ‘Helping’ Native Communities
Edgar Villanueva was frustrated. After 14 years spent working in philanthropy, he was tired of tiny amounts of money trickling down to Native communities that made limited or no impact.READ MORE
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