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Who is the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development?

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. With over
50 years of assisting American Indian Tribes and tribal people with business and economic development– we
have evolved into the largest national Indian specific business organization in the nation.

Our motto is: “We Mean Business” as we are actively engaged in helping Tribal Nations and Native business people realize their business goals and are dedicated to putting the whole of Indian Country to work to better the lives of American Indian people- both now and for generations to come.

What is the mission of NCAIED?

Develop and expand an American Indian private sector which employs Indian labor, increases the number of viable tribal and individual Indian businesses, and positively impacts and involves reservation communities by establishing business relationships between Indian enterprises and private industry.

How Does NCAIED Fulfill Its Mission?

  • Supply Management and Technical Assistance to Tribal & individually owned Indian businesses nationwide
  • Produce conferences, trade fairs, and fundraising events that advance economic development across Indian Country
  • Researching Procurement Histories
  • Serves as a training and resource center for Native entrepreneurs
  • Serves as a training and resource center for Native entrepreneurs

Guiding Principles


We envision the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development as the premier organization providing business development services and ongoing support, and for facilitating opportunities for business and tribal enterprises nationally and internationally.


The mission of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is to develop and expand the American Indian/Alaska Native private sector by providing and facilitating high quality development and support services to native owned businesses, tribal enterprises, and individuals.

These principles are the bedrock upon which our value system is built. They are a statement of our highest aspirations and the oldest elements of our culture. They represent our primary guidance, to be applied to any endeavor. The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development affirms these values:

  • We affirm our responsibility to preserve the environmental and cultural integrity of the lands and people whom we serve. In so doing, we acknowledge our responsibility to future generations who will follow our time on earth.
  •  We affirm our faith in the future of American Indians, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Natives as distinct political, cultural, and economic communities. In so doing, we acknowledge that as a people we are self-defining and that success is measured in terms of our Indian clients’ goals and aspirations.
  • We affirm the value of our work that includes our volunteer leaders, our staff, our private sector supporters, and we honor the work of our clients, by investing our expertise and our energies for a better future. Together we contribute to the prosperity of all Americans.
  • We affirm our full accountability to our clients, to American Indian, Hawaiian Native, and Alaska Native people and to those public and private institutions and individuals who support our missions. We recognize and accept responsibility for honesty and integrity in all our dealings.
  • We affirm the spirit of cooperation, honor, and respect for diverse visions and perspectives. We observe this principle in how we govern and manage ourselves as well as in our interactions with others.
  •  We affirm the rights of all Americans and we pledge to further the cause of equal opportunity for all people.
  • We affirm our commitment to working partnerships with private industry, with private philanthropy, and with all governments in support of the enterprise development goals of the American Indians and Alaska Natives communities. We invite full participation in this worthy cause.
  • We affirm our covenant to all American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Natives to work for prosperity on their terms. We Mean Business for American Indians.