This prestigious award recognizes 40 emerging American Indian leaders from across Indian Country who have demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication and made significant contributions in business and/or in their community.
**2019 40 Under 40 Nominations and Scholarship Applications are now closed
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NCAIED Programs And Services
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
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise is excited to return to where it all began when we host our second RES Regional event in California! We will continue the momentum created at our National RES Las Vegas 2013 event with electrifying general sessions,...read more
Become a sponsor RES Arizona is the leading American Indian enterprise development summit where many world's most influential entrepreneurs, CEO's, directors, policy makers, elected leaders, and business minds gather to shape the future of American Indian...read more
NCAIED Advances Economic Momentum in Indian Country with its Reservation Economic Summit California (RES California)
Mesa, Ariz. April 29, 2013 – Following the success of the National Reservation Economic Summit (National RES) Las Vegas 2013 this past March, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) announces that it will continue to expand its RES...read more
Gary Davis – President/CEO, National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), welcomed everyone to National Reservation Economic Summit (RES) 2013 with a very dynamic speech. He explained that this year’s theme was “Honoring Our Past....Defining Our...read more
The final afternoon of the 2013 National Reservation Economic Summit brought the proceedings full circle, with a concluding keynote address that reminded attendees about lessons from Cahokia, and the enduring theme of this year’s Summit: Honoring Our Past – Defining...read more
The final day of the 27th Annual National Reservation Economic Summit was many things. Chief among them, it was a day for Native women. Easily a thousand attendees had already arrived for lunch and applauded loudly when a speaker from the Native American Financial...read more
Normally, on the fourth day of a conference, you would expect attendance at the talks to wane. Not so at RES 2013. A morning session on entrepreneurship packed Mandalay Bay’s Islander Ballroom with an eager crowd of current and prospective Native business owners. They...read more
If your RES 2013 conference program is dog-eared from four days of heavy use, then you’re already intimately familiar with the designs of husband-and-wife team Travis and Kristy Komacheet. The couple owns and operates Intertribal Visions Unlimited, and their art has...read more