On behalf of Native Business Magazine, Publishers Gary and Carmen Davis wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2019.
Gary and Carmen Davis Reflect on Native Business Magazine’s Major Milestones in 2018, Look Ahead to a Prosperous New Year
As 2018 comes to a close, Publishers Gary and Carmen Davis are taking a moment to reflect on Native Business Magazine’s milestones and to prepare for the future.
Starting a business requires determination and creative problem solving—to acquire the capital to build a business, or to launch with low overhead. Check out these four Native Startups.
Marissa Frazier, who grew up on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, recently opened Artistry Salon in Rapid City, South Dakota. “I have brought that metropolitan vibe to the Midwest,” she said.
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.
“We provide honest service. Nowhere do we make shortcuts. We give you what you pay for—quality every time. Our cleanliness is unquestionable. We’ve really worked our way into the trust of the locals,” said Thomas Begay, co-founder of Chief Burgers Food Truck on the Navajo Nation.