Entrepreneurs in Indian Country often face unique start-up challenges like difficulty accessing business loans, federal restrictions on leasing and other activities on Tribal trust lands, and proximity to cities, since many Tribes are located in highly rural areas.READ MORE
A virtual reality (VR) and coding academy is coming to Whitehorse High School on the Navajo Nation reservation. Principal Kim Schaefer hopes the VR initiative will prepare a new generation of Navajo students for entrepreneurship or successful careers.READ MORE
Ho-Chunk Capital, the Winnebago Tribe’s real estate investment and management company, and Omaha, Nebraska-based Hart Family Hotels are bringing an Avid Hotel by IHG to Downtown Sioux City, Iowa.READ MORE
The U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA) has passed two pieces of legislation that Senator John Hoeven (R-ND), SCIA Chairman, introduced to jump start economic development in Indian Country: the PROGRESS For Indian Tribes Act and the Indian Community Economic Enhancement Act.READ MORE
by Native Business Staff | Jan 30, 2019 | Accounting, Agriculture, Banking / Finance, Broadband, Cannabis, Construction / Architecture, Corporate Diversity, Disruptors, Energy, Entrepreneurship, Featured, Federal Contracting, Gaming, Healthcare, Human Resources, Infrastructure, Innovation, Leadership, Manufacturing, Natural Resources, News, Publishing, Sales & Marketing, Startup, Technology, Telecommunications
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Native Business Magazine asked Terri Parr, Coeur d’Alene, Walla Walla and Oneida (Wisconsin), Executive Director of ATNI, to weigh in on critical issues to be addressed at the ATNI Winter Convention 2019.READ MORE
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