Gary Davis, President and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, is scheduled to speak at the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona networking luncheon on Feb. 19.

Davis is expected to share information about the National Center’s Native Edge and National RES Las Vegas. A free RES Las Vegas registration ($999.00 value) will be given away at the luncheon

Pilar Thomas, Of Counsel, Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, LLP, is also scheduled to speak on clean energy sector opportunities for Native American businesses.

Luncheon cost is $20 for chamber members and $30 for non-chamber members. Casino Arizona in Scottsdale, 524 N. 92nd St., will host the chamber luncheon in the Eagles Buffet Banquet Room.

Registration opens at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at noon. Click here to register online.

About the Native Edge: The Native Edge is an unparalleled online business development and training ecosystem built to give Indian Country the “Edge” in all aspects of business. Click here to sign up today.

About National RES Las Vegas: National RES Las Vegas 2016, March 21-24, will feature access to respected tribal leaders, members of congress, federal agency representatives, state and local elected officials and top CEO’s, on a national platform. Attendees will benefit from high caliber networking, teaming opportunities, business development sessions, RES Business Tradeshow and Expo, American Indian Artisan Market, RES Procurement, RES Business Matchmaking, Tribal Business Leaders Forum, and much more. Click here to register for National RES Las Vegas.

About the National Center: The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. With over 40 years of assisting American Indian Tribes and their enterprises with business and economic development – we have evolved into the largest national Indian specific business organization in the nation. Our motto is: “We Mean Business For Indian Country” as we are actively engaged in helping Tribal Nations and Native business people realize their business goals and are dedicated to putting the whole of Indian Country to work to better the lives of American Indian people- both now… and for generations to come.