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TORONTO, 2024
THUNDERBIRD RISING: The Next Indigenous Economy

Indigenomics BAY STREET is an annual, national, Indigenous economy conference. It is an invitation for change makers, innovators and leadership across corporate Canada, the financial sector, governments and Indigenous businesses to bring focus, meaning and visibility to the strength of the Indigenous economy and build bridges for impactful outcomes in economic reconciliation.

Bring your leadership to advance the knowledge, tools and actions needed to activate economic reconciliation.

  • Connect to a wider ecosystem for Indigenous economic reconciliation
  • Increase understanding of Indigenous ways of doing business
  • Learn a clearer pathway towards Indigenous economic outcomes

INDIGENOMICS RECONCILIATION SHOWCASE

The Indigenomics Reconciliation Showcase is for corporations, businesses, governments and organizations ready to demonstrate how they are creating value through economic reconciliation.

This provides high-traffic visibility to 800+ conference delegates from governments, industry, Indigenous businesses, economic development corporations who are creating value in the emerging 100 billion dollar Indigenous economy!

INDIGENOMICS ARTISAN MARKET

The Indigenomics Market provides high traffic visibility for Indigenous Artisans and Businesses to showcase products or services.

For more information email events@indigenomics.com

Indigenous Artisan $650 Indigenous Business / Non-Profit $850 Corporation $1500
Includes:
1 x 6’ table with linens & chairs
2 people to represent your business, including meals
Additional Costs:
Table $50 | Person $75 | Power $100
Indigenomics Showcase & Market FAQ
  • Exhibitor booth hours are concurrent to the 2-day conference.
  • Vendor passes do not include access to plenary or breakout sessions.
  • Exhibitors are responsible for materials shipping to/from venue and any costs associated to materials held at venue.

2023 Indigenomics on Bay Street Sponsors

Past Attendees are Saying

“Listening to, learning from, and supporting Indigenous leaders like Carol Anne Hilton and so many others, is a part of reconciliation in action and an opportunity to understand how to do proper economic development that strengthens our true assets.”

-BAY ST 2023 Speaker 

“Indigenomics on Bay Street is the culmination of inherently unwavering collected cultural knowledge and connection, passion and initiative of indigenous leaders succeeding in non-indigenous spaces. I am honored to be part of this historic event because I believe that our indigenous economies are beautifully powerful forces to be reckoned with not just today, but for the generations to come.”

-BAY ST 2023 Speaker 

“Economic reconciliation is the right thing to do.

-BAY ST 2023 Attendee

ARE YOU AN INDIGENOUS OWNED BUSINESS IN THE EVENTS SPACE?