Reservation Economic Summit Las Vegas 2018
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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The National Center for American Indian Economic Development takes great pride in providing scholarship awards to deserving and outstanding Native American community leaders. Our scholarship programs are an annual process requiring applicants to meet specific requirements and criteria to enter.
The National Center’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) provides professional business consulting services and technical assistance to Native American-owned businesses regarding marketing and selling to the Federal, state, local and tribal governments.
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development hosts many national and regional events as well as several scholarship and awards galas. Our media section showcases photos and videos from these various events. A great way to get acquainted with the NCAIED family.
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A big congratulations to one of our 40 Under 40 Award Recipients, Frank Waln, for being named as one of the “50 Faces of Indian Country” by Indian Country Today Media Network!read more
Photo Caption: Left to right: Jolonzo Goldtooth, Goldie, April Ledford and Loren Aragon (Cliff Matias)
Native design on the runway: Navajo designer Jolonzo Goldtooth showcased his JG Indie clothing line on Saturday night as part of New York Fashion Week.read more
“Despite the ample resource potential that exists on tribal lands, energy security is a significant concern in many Native American communities,” said Secretary Moniz. “The National Tribal Energy Summit supports the Obama Administration’s ongoing commitment to assist tribal efforts to enhance energy security, increase community resiliency, and cultivate a sustainable energy future.”read more
“For years, energy has been one of NCAIED’s biggest focus areas, both through our Reservation Economic Summits and other sponsored events and programs,” said Gary Davis, President and CEO of NCAIED. “We are excited to work with DOE and NCSL on the upcoming National Tribal Energy Summit, which will help expand business opportunities for Indian Country. We look forward to a great event that will help to transform our energy future, and we hope Indian Country participates in full force.”read more
“As a Native American and Veteran Owned, Media and Video Production and Artist Management Corporation, I was THRILLED to see the NCAIED’s recent creation of the Native Edge Network,” said Vincent Schilling, host of Native Trailblazers Radio. “Even though this platform is essentially in its infancy, I have already been making connections with other Native and Governmental agencies whether it be through personal interactions of through formal RFP listings. I am excited to see where this incredible platform will continue to grow and evolve toward the benefit of Native leaders, Entrepreneurs and those seeking to work with them.”read more
The New Day Now (NDN) Rally set the stage for two Capitol Hill sessions for lawmakers to discuss with conference attendees the issues important to Indian Country, followed by a reception on top of the Hart Senate Office building overlooking the Washington, DC skyline. From the long list of Congressional attendees from both parties, it’s clear we have strong support on the Hill.read more
The New Day Now Rally (NDN) in front of the U.S. Capitol was a huge success, and perhaps the first of its kind in Indian Country. We were joined by Congressman Bennie Thompson (Mississippi), Pamunkey Chief Kevin Brown, Mashpee Wampanoag Chairman Cedric Cromwell, Native dancers, members of the National Center’s Board, and hundreds from across Indian Country to affirm and advance economic development for our people.read more