I DO BUSINESS. supports emerging and established entrepreneurs to obtain the knowledge, skills and resources they need to achieve dreams and find success in business. We celebrate and stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit of individuals and communities across Canada through impactful events, entrepreneurial training programs and consulting services.
Kenamatewin Native Learning Centre and I DO BUSINESS. funded for Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneurship Program - Second round applications are due on October 22nd, 2014 and Training begins on October 27th, 2014
Collaboratively Hosted I DO BUSINESS. Atlantic Regional Summit, Dec 2013 in Truro, NS
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I DO BUSINESS. South Western Ontario Regional Summit – Aboriginal Success
London, ON (June 12th, 2014) - I DO BUSINESS. is honoured to report on the recent and very successful I DO BUSINESS. South Western Ontario Regional Summit. This event was held in collaboration with Tecumseh Community Development Corporation (TCDC) and Oneida Nation of the Thames.
Over 70 individuals participated actively throughout the Summit, reflecting very positively on the... Read more...
I DO BUSINESS. Summits engage Aboriginal entrepreneurs across Ontario
Woodville, ON (April 22, 2014) – So often an organization gets caught up in the next step, next deadline, or next project that successes that were achieved, are often overlooked. I DO BUSINESS. in partnership with Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) recently completed a province-wide delivery of ‘community summits’...
Following the success of our inaugural I DO BUSINESS. 2013 National Summit & Tradeshow – Success for Aboriginal Entrepreneurs, we are spreading the movement, knowledge and resources to Aboriginal Entrepreneurs across the country through I DO BUSINESS. Regional, Community and Mini Summits.
I DO BUSINESS. Regional Summits are customized to meet the needs of a specific area, such as Nishnawbe Aski Nation or the East Coast.
I DO BUSINESS. Community Summits are customized to meet the needs of an individual community, such as Chapleau Cree First Nation or Beausoleil First Nation.