Reservation Economic Summit Las Vegas 2017
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 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.
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 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.
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Take advantage of this great training on Service Contracts Requirements and Administration at RES New Mexico.read more
Obtain Valuable Industry Knowledge At RES New Mexico! Click Here To View eBlast: http://eepurl.com/bDoSbH Click Here To Register: http://res.ncaied.org/res-new-mexico-registration/ #RESNM #NCAIED #IndianCountry...read more
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis to Receive National Director’s Special Recognition Award from Department of Commerce
“I am honored to receive this award from the Minority Business Development Agency,” said Mr. Davis. “Both in my capacity as President and CEO of NCAIED and as a Native American entrepreneur, my focus has always been to promote and boost economic development in Indian Country. Our federal partners are incredibly important in this effort…read more
“YES is the start of a more formal and expansive relationship between NCAIED and UNITY, and we look forward to a fantastic and informative Youth Entrepreneurship Summit,” said Gary Davis, President and CEO of NCAIED.read more
National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development to Host Reservation Economic Summit (RES) New Mexico
RES New Mexico brings together tribal leaders, elected officials, representatives from business, established or aspiring Native American business owners, and many more to learn, brainstorm, collaborate, and network in an innovative and motivational atmosphere.read more
National Center Renews Partnership with Department of Energy to Enhance Opportunities for Native Americans in the Energy Sector
Since 2014, the National Center has been part of the MIE’s Industry Partner Engagement Network, working to strengthen and expand innovation in energy-specific economic development and workforce development/science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.read more
Connect with Key Decision Makers from Across Indian Country at RES New Mexico! Click Here To View eBlast: http://eepurl.com/bA3Cw5 Click Here To Register: http://res.ncaied.org/res-new-mexico-registration/ #RESNM #NCAIED #IndianCountry...read more
We were thrilled to be a part of last week’s National Tribal Energy Summit in DC. While there, E&E News caught up with NCAIED to get perspective on some of the major current issues facing #IndianCountry. The article, entitled “Tribes seek federal...read more
From the article:
“The vast majority of tribes have little to no economic opportunity,” said Blake Trueblood… For those tribes, “this is something that you might look at and say, ‘We’ve got to do something.'”