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Ready to do business – Indigenomics CEO says Indigenous economy could hit $100B

Indigenous business leader aims for $100B economy By Ian Bickis The Canadian Press Ready to do business- Indigenomics CEO says Indigenous economy could hit $100B TORONTO – The organizer of an Indigenous business conference in Toronto says her goal is to establish the undeniable economic power of…

First Nations surging to $100B economic force in Canada, Indigenous leaders predict.

‘Indigenomics’ event held to bring companies and governments into wave of growth James Dunne · CBC News · Posted: Nov 25, 2023 1:00 AM PST | Last Updated: November 25 Carol Anne Hilton, founder of the Indigenomics Institute, organized a conference in Toronto this week called Indigenomics on Bay…

Carol Anne Hilton

First Nation leader provides Mi’kmaw worldview of economic reconciliation

“We are not only revitalizing our own community but also offering a model of development that is holistic, just, and deeply respectful of the intricate web of life.” — Rose Paul, CEO of Bayside Development Corporation By Sam Laskaris, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Windspeaker.com Rose…

Proposed utility corridor revealed at Indigenous economic conference

“Right now, we’re still at the planning stage. And we figure that in the next year or so we’re doing our two studies that are very important.” — Wil Jimmy with WJ Strategic Partnerships By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Windspeaker.com Wil Jimmy of…

Wil Jimmy

Bull offers insights into national Indigenous procurement mandate

Posted on November 28, 2023 In Anishinabek, News By Sam Laskaris               TORONTO – The federal government has had a mandated commitment to have at least five per cent of its contracts awarded to Indigenous-led and managed businesses in recent years. This…

Tabatha Bull

Panel on capitalization of the Indigenous economy encourages taking time to get it right

“Our shareholders are our people. And so, we don’t always get the opportunity to take an investment opportunity and multiply that back into the market, because we need to take care of the needs of today for our shareholders and our people.” — Justin Bourque,…

Economy needs Indigenous people and perspectives

Indigenous communities are leading Canada’s clean energy boom, “and doing that with a slanted table,” says a First Nations business leader working to build a successful climate economy that incorporates Indigenous Peoples and their world views.

Indigenomics SHE Conference sees Indigenous women in business from across North America

Indigenous women in business from across North America gathered in Winnipeg this week for the Indigenomics SHE Conference.

The Indigenomics Institute announces new partnership with TELUS to advance the $100 billion Indigenous Economy

COAST SALISH TERRITORY (Vancouver, B.C.) April 25, 2023 – The Indigenomics Institute is pleased today to announce a new partnership with TELUS to advance economic reconciliation and innovation.