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Reservation Economic Summit Las Vegas (RES LV) March 9th-12th, 2015

The Reservation Economic Summit (RES) events are an integral part of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s ongoing commitment to the Native American Business Community. The RES events provide unparalleled access to respected tribal leaders, members of congress, federal agency representatives, state and local elected officials and top CEO’s on both a regional and national platform.

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Ernie Stevens, Jr. accepts “Spirit of Community” award from the Phoenix Indian Center on behalf of his father, Ernie Stevens, Sr.

Our board member Ernie Stevens, Jr. accepted the “Spirit of Community” award from the Phoenix Indian Center on behalf of his father, Ernie Stevens, Sr. The presentation took place during the organization’s 34th Annual Silver & Turquoise Ball on Saturday night. The...

The National Center Congratulates Chairman Ernie Stevens, Jr. on Winning the Charlie Hill Award from NIGA

NCAIED Chairman Derrick Watchman also participated in NIGA’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention April 11, 2017 SAN DIEGO, CA – The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (The National Center) congratulated Chairman Ernie Stevens, Jr. for being...

Three US Senators Introduce Measure to Create Jobs by Fostering Entrepreneurship in Indian Country

Their bill, S. 607, creates a competitive grant program to establish and fund business incubators that will assist in cultivating Native American-owned small businesses. The incubators will serve as a much-needed resource in Indian Country, where entrepreneurs often face start-up challenges such as difficulty accessing business loans, federal restrictions on leasing and other activities on Tribal land, and proximity to cities since many Tribes are located in highly rural areas.

Hipp Recognized with National Public Advocacy Award

“Janie Simms Hipp is not only helping our tribal communities, but is shaping the next generation of policy and education leaders,” said Chris James, the National Center’s president and CEO. “She shares the National Center’s commitment to improving communities from the bottom up. We are pleased to be able to honor her years of dedication and service to Indian Country.”

Quinault President Fawn Sharp Honored by National Center for American Indian Economic Development

“I am truly humbled to receive this honor,” said President Sharp. “Economic progress is a top priority of the Quinault Indian Nation. We have long realized that our people and our Tribe can make economic advances and stay true to our heritage at the same time. We can take care of our land, respect the legacies of our ancestors and provide for the needs of our children today and build businesses and the economy with full regard for the generations to come,” she said.

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