- Futurpreneur Canada has opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs aged 18-39 to apply for funding.
- The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) provides a list of institutions that provide loans and funding for First Nations, Metis, and Inuit businesses across Canada.
- The Alberta Indian Investment Corporation is an Indigenous owned investment company that provides lending and business resources for Alberta’s Indigenous residents.
- BDC provides options for loans and financial advice for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
- Futurpreneur Canada provides a suite of resources and a team of Indigenous advisors to support entrepreneurs through all stages of setting up a new venture.
- The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business offers programs and opportunities for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities to work together.
- The Government of Canada’s site with several resources specifically for support First Nations, Inuit, and Metis communities, including funding and social programs.
- Alberta Women Entrepreneurs’ NextStep to Success in a business planning series designed specifically for Indigenous women.
Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneur Program (NACCA) (Funding Opportunities Available)
- The NACCA provide research, resources, workshops and tools specifically aimed at addressing needs of female Indigenous entrepreneurs.
- This funding program is designed for Indigenous women. Currently applications are closed but there is contact information available on the site to learn more.
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