My list of must-read media outlets that report on Indian Country has grown from Indian Country Today Media Network, National Native News and the Tribal College Journal to now include one more: the Tribal Business Journal.
I look forward to receiving a new issue of this beautiful full-color magazine in the mail each month and I’m always impressed with the stories of Native entrepreneurs and tribally-owned businesses that are making a difference around the country.
Tribal Business Journal sections include: Up & Coming Tribal Leaders, Tribal Business Opportunities & Trends, Tribalnomics & Native Insights, Legislative Updates & Business Impact, and more.
Here are two recent stories that caught my attention:
- “A Place to Call Home: Inflation erodes funding for Native American housing” by Pam Silas of NAIHC
- “Fuel for Growth” by Levi Rickert
In case you missed it, the Tribal Business Journal featured Travois in its January 2017 issue in an Entrepreneurial Spirit Profile. Monica Whitepigeon wrote the article, titled: “Travois: Consulting on More than Investor Equity,” and included Travois CEO Elizabeth Bland Glynn‘s perspective. View a digital copy of the article here.
Congrats, TBJ, on more than a year of great stories, and keep up the excellent work!
To get your own copy of the magazine delivered to your mailbox, sign up for a free subscription on the Tribal Business Journal website.