• “In every aspect of my business, I reflect on the words of Sitting Bull: 'Let us put our minds together and see what we can build for our children.'”

    - Duane Kuntz, Owner
    Ohitika Designs, Mandan, ND

  • “There are so many ways to leverage the resources you have. It takes persistence, but the benefits are huge.”

    - Clarence O'Berry, CEO
    Mandaree Enterprise Corporation, Mandaree, ND

Connect and start accessing entrepreneurial resources for Native American business development.

American Indian Business Alliance 2016 CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW

“ABC’s of Economic Development in Indian Country”

The American Indian Business Alliance (AIBA) comprised of the North Dakota Indian Business Alliance (NDIBA); Minnesota Indian Business Alliance (MNIBA); Montana Indian Business Alliance (MIBA); South Dakota Indian Business Alliance (SDIBA); and Wisconsin …

Tribal Leaders Summit & International Powwow

20th Annual Tribal Leaders Summit & Trade Show

“Empowerment Through Unity”

September 6 – 8, 2016


47th Annual International Powwow

September 9 – 11, 2016


For more information go the www.UTTC.edu

MEA Magazine – Clarence O’Berry

Mandaree Enterprises CEO, Clarence O’Berry, Shows How Far Tribal Business Can Go

“Success is not an accident” – Clarence O’Berry

MEA Magazine MayJune 2016


RedWind is thrilled to present a two-day entrepreneurship workshop in partnership with North Dakota Indian Business Alliance (NDIBA). This small business workshop is being hosted by Spirit Lake Nation’s Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) located at 214 First Avenue, Room


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