30th Anniversary of the Leading Economic Development Event in Indian Country to Take Place at the Mirage

30th Anniversary of the Leading Economic Development Event in Indian Country to Take Place at the Mirage

Published March 18, 2016

LAS VEGAS—The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (National Center) will host its National Reservation Economic Summit (National RES) from March 21-24 at the Mirage Hotel and Casino.  This is the 30th anniversary of RES, which began as a small luncheon in Los Angeles and has now expanded to the largest economic development event in Indian Country, with over 3,000 attendees each year. National RES will feature unparalleled access to respected tribal leaders, federal agency representatives, elected officials, and top CEOs.

TBJ is the Tuesday luncheon sponsor

TBJ is the Tuesday luncheon sponsor

In addition to a special 30th Anniversary National RES video retrospective, the conference will feature a “business boot camp” designed to give Native American businesses training in critical areas; a “Buy Native Procurement Matchmaking Expo” powered by the U.S. Small Business Administration; and an “Interactive Access to Capital Fair,” which will help emerging entrepreneurs get matched with funding opportunities from top lending institutions.

Pertinent details about the conference are below. To obtain press credentials to cover the conference, please contact Lewis Lowe at the number or e-mail listed below. For more information about the conference, please visit http://res.ncaied.org.

WHAT:          Leading Native American Business Event to return to Las Vegas for 30th Anniversary

WHEN:          March 21-24. See most recent conference agenda here: http://res.ncaied.org/national-res-las-vegas-agenda

WHERE:       The Mirage Hotel and Casino
3400 S. Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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