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The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development with support from the Key Bank Foundation will hold a Native Edge Institute Jan 19th and 21st in Orlando, FL and Cherokee, NC.
The Native Edge Institutes will provide both growing and advanced government contractors training with respect to federal and corporate small business programs.
NEWS AND UPDATES
National Center Board Chairman Derrick Watchman to Testify at Senate Indian Affairs Committee Hearing during RES D.C.
“The National Center is pleased Chairman Watchman will be able to shed light on the challenges Native businesses face to the people who craft national policy,” said National Center President and CEO Gary Davis. “The hearing is one of many informative events that will take place during RES DC, and another great way to make sure our voices are heard in the nation’s capital. Leaders like Chairman Watchman are invaluable for ensuring that we enter a new day for economic development in Indian Country.”read more
“RES DC promises to be another successful economic summit put on by the National Center – and one that will continue our mission of advancing business for Indian Country,” said Gary Davis, President and CEO of the National Center. “Last year, we laid a strong foundation with our first RES DC, and we look forward to continuing that progress in 2015. I encourage our American Indian enterprises and entrepreneurs, as well as those interested in doing business in Indian Country, to come to our nation’s capital for RES DC.”read more
PALA, CA (April 27, 2015) – Gary Davis, President and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, will participate on the iStrategy panel at the 3rd annual Indian Country Online on June 11, 2015, at Pala Casino Spa Resort. The panel focuses...read more
Photo Tweeted by @collegefund: Derrick Watchman, Chairman of the National Center and President Crazy Bull. @ncaied #EqualEducationread more
Last night, National Center President and CEO Gary Davis had the honor and pleasure of serving as the Master of Ceremonies for the National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) Wendell Chino Humanitarian Awards Banquet. The banquet was a part of NIGA’s annual conference...read more
The National Center is especially excited to host our sixth Regional RES event in our Nation’s Capital, Washington, DC! RES DC will provide attendees electrifying general sessions, multiple networking opportunities, thought-provoking...read more
Listen to @ncaied's Blake Trueblood discuss #IndianCountry's hottest econ. development topic on LA's KFI radioread more
Our 29th Reservation Economic Summit (RES) was certainly one to remember, marked with new events, new partners, new topics, and most importantly: new and lasting business relationships. We will certainly use what we learned at National RES to grow and expand future...read more
As a part of this year’s National RES, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honored Native American business leaders and those who have made significant contributions to advancing economic development in Indian Country. The award winners...read more
The National Center Heralds Appointment of Cisco Minthorn as Commerce Secretary’s Senior Advisor for Native American Affairs
The National Center has long advocated for elevating Native American affairs within the Department of Commerce March 26, 2015 WASHINGTON, DC - The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is pleased with the Department of Commerce’s recent decision...read more