Resources for Native American Entrepreneurs
Help for Native American Entrepreneurs
We offer help to Native American entrepreneurs. The Native American business community in the United States is starting to thrive. Learn why American Indian entrepreneurs are starting companies at a record pace.
Looking for helpful resources for Native American entrepreneurs? We've got them right here.
American Indian entrepreneurs are starting companies at a record pace. The Tribal communities are also getting more entrepreneurial, diversifying into many new business areas.
This list of resources for Native American entrepreneurs should be helpful to you. We are constantly updating our list of Native American venture capital firms, Native American networking organizations, and programs for Native Americans. If we are missing a good resource, please let us know.
Entrepreneurial Resources for Native Americans
- Native American Business Association (NABA) - NABA helps Native American business development by providing information, programs, and services specifically designed to address the unique needs of American Indian and Alaskan Native business owners, entrepreneurs and governments.
- NativeEDGE - NativeEDGE is a Native American Indian Business Development Web portal. There is a plethora of resources for American Indian entrepreneurs on this site.
- The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) - NCAIED is a non-profit organization, founded and directed by American Indians, committed to business development for Indian People. They hold the honor of being the first national organization solely dedicated to developing American Indian economic self-sufficiency through business ownership.
- Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) - The MBDA, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is the only federal agency dedicated to advancing the establishment and growth of minority-owned firms in the United States. MBDA works with Native American entrepreneurs who wish to grow their businesses in size, scale and capacity.
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