BELLEVUE, Washington., July 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — This week, Native American entrepreneurs Gary and Carmen Davis, who are well-known entities across Indian Country through several successful business ventures, have launched Native Business™ – a new multimedia venture aimed at helping indigenous business leaders by highlighting innovation, inspiring agents of change and sparking the creativity of other indigenous and indigenous entrepreneurs. . For almost a decade, Gary Davis led national Native business organizations focused on economic development initiatives to create opportunities in Indian Country.
Indigenous Business Magazine will report on more than two dozen business sectors in Indian Country through its website, www.NativeBusinessMag.com, a monthly print publication scheduled to launch in November, social media platforms, online videos, events, a podcast and an e-newsletter. The first one Indigenous Business Summit the event is already scheduled for May 13-15, 2019 at the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa, OK. The video series, which will be produced and broadcast weekly, is a summary of the latest news, entitled “This week in Indigenous affairs.” THE Indigenous Business Podcast will feature news and interviews with business thought leaders to keep listeners informed with today’s unique perspectives on business in Indian Country.
Sectors that Indigenous Business Magazine will cover, among other things, energy, gaming, banking/finance and federal contracts. The magazine will also feature 16 unique editorial sections such as Features, Profiles, Leadership and The Future – which will cover emerging business leaders from across country India.
“Indigenous Business Magazine will be the trusted resource for everything that is happening with the economic development of Indian Country,” said Gary Daviseditor of Indigenous Business Magazine. “It is the go-to source for information on business and enterprise development opportunities and innovation among our Tribal Nations, Native businesses, Alaska Native Corporations and other entrepreneurs.”
In addition to his role as editor of Indigenous Business Magazine, Gary Davis is best known for his successful acting career in film and television, notably for his roles in Card castle, The Indian in the closetAnd Mortal Combat. Davis also has the distinction of being the first Native American rap artist, “Litefoot”, where he toured through United States, performing and speaking in front of packed crowds. He also served as president and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED).
“Tribal businesses and indigenous entrepreneurs need partners and allies,” added Carmen Davis, Indigenous Business Magazine Publisher and editor-in-chief. “As we build this, we see the need for future generations to have a resource like Indigenous Business Magazine who supports them. We need to support each other and other Indigenous businesses. »
Together, Gary and Carmen Davis have launched several successful companies, including Red Vinyl Records, Litefoot Enterprises, Litefoot Entertainment Group, Native Style® Clothing and Davis Strategy Group.
“As entrepreneurs ourselves, we are also the audience for this,” Gary Davis added. “We wanted to create something that would allow other entrepreneurs to share their knowledge and stay tuned in to what’s happening in business in Indian Country. We want other people to tune in too this pulse, so that we can all grow together. Our goal is to ensure that every issue of Indigenous Business Magazine a resource that business leaders and entrepreneurs will look forward to, enjoy reading, and find so valuable that they will save it to return to later.
For more information, visit www.NativeBusinessMag.com.
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SOURCE Indigenous Business