Montana Indian Business Alliance

 

Montana Indian Business Alliance

 

 

Registration is now open for the
2016 Regional Indian Business Alliance Conference

 

 

2016 Regional Indian Business Alliance Conference

 

Montana Indian Business Alliance

 

Montana Indian Business Alliance

 

 

 

Regional Indian Business Alliances

 

 

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MIBA Featured Business

Montana Indian Business Alliance 
Featured Business

Gayle SkunkCap Jr., enrolled Blackfeet Tribal member, was born and raised in Browning, Montana, on the Blackfeet Reservation and is married to Katherine “Kitty” (CrossGuns) for 23 years and together they have 5 children: Jenna, Shanelle, Kaylea, Dulci and Joshua. A number of years ago after Gayle participated in youth rodeos the door opened to adult rodeos, thus birthing Wind Dancer Tunes also known as "Sapoi'pi" Tunes. “Wind Dancer” came from the Blackfeet name of his eldest daughter Jenna and the picture logo of the second daughter – Shanelle – the couple’s only two children at that time. Gayle and Kitty provide music, announcing and sound for events such as amateur and professional rodeos as well as for dances, powwows, weddings, sporting events and many other functions. People appreciate the quality of sound, music, announcing and responsibility that Wind Dancer Tunes provides and this has resulted in being invited to upcoming events. For information please call 406-338-5228 or email kyi_yo60@hotmail.com.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events and Announcements

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Closing Date: April 29, 2016

John Ruffatto Business Startup Challenge

A Montana-wide event, the Business Startup Challenge is Montana's premiere opportunity for students attending any college or university across Montana to present exciting new businesses and/or social entrepreneurship venture ideas.
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Due: May 2, 2016 11:59 pm (MST)

Burlington North Santa Fe Foundation Scholarship

Applicants must be an enrolled member of a federally or state recognized American Indian Tribe; Alaskan Native Village or be listed on the Native Hawaiian Rolls.
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May 10, 2016

Planning Meeting for the Regional Indian Business Alliance Conference

*please note new number and code*

Attention Alliance Partners-You too can be a part of this Conference: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 Next Planning Meeting from 3:00-4:00 p.m. (MST).
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May 17 - 19, 2016

Indian Business Alliance Conference

Featuring nationally recognized and local presenters committed to the growth of strong economics through private sector Native American business development and entrepreneurship … a “must” for tribal leaders and policy makers, Indian business owners, tribal college staff and students, tribal judiciary, economic and community developers, federal and state agencies and lenders.
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Native One Stop

Government Resources

NativeOneStop.gov is a one-stop shop for American Indians and Alaska Natives to access resources available from the U.S. Government. NativeOneStop.gov was launched to provide American Indians and Alaska Natives with easy, online access to Federal resources and programs.
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Small Business Administration

Native American Small Business Primer: Strategies for Success

A new online tool that helps Native American entrepreneurs prepare for business ownership. The Native American Small Business Primer is a free online business course developed for Native American entrepreneurs...
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Business Education Courses

Building Native Industry Institute

An online learning center where Indian entrepreneurs can improve their business skills at their own pace anywhere Internet access is available...
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