Indigenomics 10 to Watch Press Release information

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Indigenomics 10 to Watch Press Release information

by pmnationtalk on July 2, 20191976 Views

Indigenomics 10 to Watch Press Release information

The Indigenomics Institute has launched a new Indigenomics initiative- the ‘Indigenomics 10 To Watch’ list. The Institute is publishing the annual list as a demonstration of excellence, innovation, leadership and committed action towards the growth of the Indigenous economy. The annual list profiles Indigenous entrepreneurs or businesses, economic development corporations, business partnerships with an Indigenous community, or that are demonstrating developing innovative businesses or finance solutions for Indigenous peoples and communities.

The Indigenomics Institute has selected 10 innovators in the growth of the Indigenous economy. The ’10 to Watch List’ serves to showcase Indigenous businesses, entrepreneurs, Indigenous Economic Development Corporations, joint partnerships with nations and innovative business models that are demonstrating the advancement of the emerging 100 billion dollar annual Indigenous economy.

The Indigenomics 10 to Watch List highlights indigenous business success. The list showcases Indigenomics in action and points to the growing strength of Indigenous businesses economy.’ Carol Anne Hilton, CEO and Founder of the Indigenomics Institute.

The 2019 Indigenomics 10 to Watch list are:

  1. Animiiki
  2. Raven Capital Partners
  3. Spirit Healthcare Group of Companies
  4. Plato Testing
  5. NationFuel
  6. Shopify-Jace Meyers
  7. Winnipeg Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce
  8. Entreprenorth
  9. Cheekbone Beauty
  10. Green Future Industries

We are thrilled to be recognized at the inaugural Indigenomics 10 To Watch Awards held by the Indigenomics Institute. More importantly we look forward to supporting Indigenous social enterprises and communities build the 100 Billion Dollar Indigenous economy, making real change for our people in this country.” says Jeff Cyr, Managing Partner, RICP.

Media Inquiries, please contact:
Nicole Robertson/Muskwa Media
(403) 616-4999
[email protected]

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