• “In every aspect of my business, I reflect on the words of Sitting Bull: 'Let us put our minds together and see what we can build for our children.'”

    - Duane Kuntz, Owner
    Ohitika Designs, Mandan, ND

  • “There are so many ways to leverage the resources you have. It takes persistence, but the benefits are huge.”

    - Clarence O'Berry, CEO
    Mandaree Enterprise Corporation, Mandaree, ND

Connect and start accessing entrepreneurial resources for Native American business development.

Tri-College NEW Leadership Development Institute

…empowering a new generation of women leaders.

 

June 8 – 12, 2016 – hosted at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN

  • Intensive 5-day residential program
  • Limited to 40 participants
  • No costs for participation and possible scholarships for childcare and travel
  • Applicants

Grand Opening!! Great Plains Indian Trading

The Great Plains Indian Trading business is an art gallery as well as an arts and crafts supply store that opened January 28th, 2016. The Great Plains Indian Trading features the finest quality hand-crafted beadwork, quillwork, star quilts, art and

Introduction to Government Contracting Webinar

UPCOMING PROCUREMENT WEBINAR – Be ready to start the new year off with a refresher or share with new team members!

The first Tuesday of the month they are offering a procurement related webinar conducted by SBA, the MN, ND …

Native American Small Business Primer: Strategies for Success

Native American entrepreneurs have a new tool to help determine if they’re ready for business ownership and to help them get started. Native American Small Business Primer: Strategies for Success is a free, self-paced online business course developed for Native …

Native Artist Professional Development Training – August 28 – 29, 2015

FREE: Native Artist Professional Development Training

Friday, August 28th – Saturday, August 29th, 2015

United Tribes Technical College

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