The M Resort and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada will host this year's massive combined conference on Tribal economic and energy development, October 6-8, 2010. This event features hundreds of Tribal leaders and business directors from across the country, presents new ideas and unparalleled networking opportunities to attendees, and allows attendees to meet senior representatives from both tribal and professional sectors. This year's two-track agenda spanning three days will tackle national topics such as the impact of the Obama administration and the effects of the struggling economy on tribal enterprises and strategic marketing, as well as a range of renewable and clean energy technologies with a focus on Native American developments. With a projected attendance of over 550 with 65-70% being tribal leaders, attendees will take away the respective tools to address economic development issues within their tribal communities.
Featured presentations include:
Funding Economic Development Projects in Today's Environment
A Guide to the 8(a) Business Development and HUBZone Programs
Planning For Your Future: Retirement Planning
Tribal Leaders Roundtable: Transparency in Economic Development
Federal Development Programs via the Department of Commerce, Energy, and IRS
Construction and Design: Building out of the Recession and Into the Future
Solar, Wind, and Renewable Energy Project Development
Further details and registration information can be accessed through the website for Native Nations Events.