Indigenomics is a dialogue and design platform to bring attention and focus to the growing Indigenous Economy. It is through dialogue and connecting that solutions based collaborations can occur to address the challenges and overcome systemic economic barriers.
Follows key trends in the growing Indigenous economic landscape, Indigenomics events are set against the backdrop of the emerging 100 billion dollar annual Indigenous economy. The Indigenomics Institute hosts a series of signature Indigenous economy events throughout the year. These sold out events offer insights into business innovation, designing partnerships, tools, resources, leadership and pathways towards economic reconciliation outcomes. The Institute builds powerful agendas to advance key trends in Indigenous business.
#INDIGENOMICS is an invitation to build the partnerships, knowledge, tools and actions needed to advance the emerging 100 billion Indigenous economy.
In 2021, the Institute founded the Indigenomics Scholarship Program. The Indigenomics Scholarship program is inspired by the words of the Honourable Murray Sinclair, Chief Commissioner for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission ‘Education is the key to reconciliation. Education got us into this mess, and education will get us out of it.’
In 2021, the Institute founded the Indigenomics Scholarship Program. The Currently, Vancity has partnered with the Institute to support this initiative as well as the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada for the 2023 Indigenomics on BAY STREET event.
As a part of each Indigenomics hosted event, an Indigenous student in business, economics, or commerce is selected with assistance from the Host Nation or region. To date, the Institute has distributed 5 scholarships.
Indigenomics events serve to invite our collective leadership, dialogue and action in advancing the Indigenous economy. Indigenomics is advancing a strengths based narrative of Indigenous economic growth, design, inclusion and reconciliation.
The Indigenomics Institute invites you to join us, not just as sponsors but as partners in reaching the $100 billion dollar Indigenous economy!
"We settler businesses must partner with Indigenous businesses. Indigenous businesses are powerful. Indigenous leaders are inspiring."
"Having more conversations about how we can bring Indigenomics into preexisting corporate Canada systems would be amazing."
"By far the most engaging, fun, powerful and inspiring conference I have been to."