Tips For Your Next (Sales-Related) Slide Deck Presentation
January 15, 2020
Melanie Rivers Art Interview
December 3, 2019
An Inspiring BC Indigenous Awards Gala
November 4, 2019
Paul Natrall, Mr. Bannock Of The Squamish Nation Wins B.C.'s Indigenous Business Award For Young Entrepreneur of the Year!
September 11, 2019
Indigenous Youth Career Workshop In The Squamish Valley - Seeding Career and Life Success
July 24, 2019
Starting A New Business: What Are You Waiting For?
July 11, 2019
Interview With Indigenous Entrepreneur Paul Natrall Of Mr. Bannock
February 3, 2019
First Nation Organizations: 14 Ways To Engage Your Community
January 25, 2019
First Nations Social Media Workshop
January 4, 2019
SN Business Owners Build Their Own Stunning Websites In 2 Days!
December 6, 2018
First Nations Entrepreneurs Going For It!
May 11, 2015
June 17, 2015
Aboriginal entrepreneurship was growing at a faster rate in British Columbia, as compared with the rest of Canada.
In fact, British Columbia had the second highest rate of Aboriginal entrepreneurship in the country. 22% of Canada’s self-employed Aboriginal people residing in the province.
On and off reserve numbers:
60% of B.C.’s Aboriginal people lived in urban areas, while 14% lived rural B.C., and just over a quarter lived on reserve.
It was a different picture for Aboriginal entrepreneurship: only 19% of Aboriginal businesses reported that they had their business on a reserve.
Watch out Canada, Aboriginal people are rapidly making their business acumen known!
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