Tag: Indigenous

Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub is thrilled to be hosting a series of business networking events for Indigenous women entrepreneurs alongside Advanced Business Match in 2021—starting on January 28th. The first event is focused on building dynamic partnerships that support Indigenous women in their entrepreneurial endeavors.

Join Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH) on January 27 for the launch of their first National Needs Analysis on Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneurship and an engaging panel discussion! This report shares insights from a series of Canada-wide roundtable discussions with Indigenous women entrepreneurs hosted by WEKH in 2020.

Women’s Enterprise Centre is a proud Marketing Partner of the Trade Accelerator Program! Apply to be part of this special Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) in partnership with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), specifically designed for Indigenous-owned businesses. The Indigenous economy has undergone a period of sustained growth in recent years. According to the […]

How to Incorporate First Nations Art in Branding COURSE DESCRIPTION Storytelling has always held a special place in Indigenous culture. At its most basic level, branding is storytelling. It allows a business owner to communicate exactly what their business is, and why a customer should be interested in it. Join us for this informative webinar […]

Join the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 for a unique experience and discover innovative ways to network, collaborate and exchange ideas to rebuild your business and prosper in this new reality and uncertain economy. This full-day event features interactive panels, engaging discussions, and keynote speakers delivering valuable insight and relevant […]

Are you an Indigenous/First Nations/ Inuit/ Métis entrepreneur in Canada and want to pitch your business idea? Pow Wow is historically a place of social enterprise through entrepreneurship and trade. Indigenous people have the ideas to make a difference in their own communities, Canada and the wider world. HOW IT WORKS Submit one minute video […]

Since 2009, the Indigenous Business Award program has shone a light on Indigenous entrepreneurship and its impact on the province’s economy. The program invites entrepreneurs, businesses, educational and financial institutions, professional services, Aboriginal Financial Institutions, social enterprises, First Nation and Métis communities to submit nominations for the 2020 program. COVID-19 has changed the economic landscape […]

The Indspire Awards represents the highest honour the Indigenous community bestows upon its own people. After 27 years, the Indspire Awards have honoured 373 First Nations, Inuit, and Métis individuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement. The show is a nationally broadcast celebration of culture showcasing the diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada including performances by Canada’s […]

In celebration of National Indigenous People’s Day, Small Business BC will be profiling a number of Indigenous business owners and Initiatives on their journeys, experiences, as well as perspectives of the current climate. Join us, as we gather to discuss how we can support our Indigenous communities and the resources that are available. Speakers (more […]

Join for an interactive webinar on how Indigenous Canadians can access their right to work and do business through the Jay Treaty. Hear from Cascadia Law, Pacific Customs Brokers, and ask border-law expert Greg Boos questions about the impact the Jay Treaty has on the flow of indigenous peoples and businesses across the Canadian-US border.