Announcing the 2022 Indigenomics ’10 to Watch’ list | Company


The Indigenomics Institute is pleased to announce the 4th edition Indigenomics 2022 “10 to Watch” List at the Indigenomics National Forum on Indigenous Economic Design.

Indigenomics announces its 2022 “10 to watch” list. (Photo: Business Wire)

Indigenomics’ “10 to watch” list is an annual list curated by the Indigenomics Institute that recognizes and supports leadership and economic reconciliation in the emerging $100 billion Indigenous economy. There ‘ 10 to watch highlights recent developments of Indigenous companies, businesses, entrepreneurs, initiatives and partnerships that are demonstrating leadership in the growing Indigenous economy.

“The annual Indigenomics 10 to Watch Awards recognize outstanding leadership in advancing the Indigenous economy and winners demonstrate innovation, partnership and inclusiveness. This year’s recipients represent what Indigenous economic growth looks like in action. Carol Anne Hilton, CEO and Founder of the Indigenomics Institute.

This year’s winners of the 2021 Indigenomics 10 to Watch Awards include:

4. CreeCo – Emerging Indigenous Economic Force

8. TMX Group – Leadership in Economic Reconciliation

10. Nassituq Corporation – Emerging economic force – partnership development and business innovation

“One Feather is thrilled to be recognized as one of the top 10 Indigenous businesses to watch for 2022! We strive every day to provide digital solutions to Indigenous peoples and communities that unlock wealth, build strong communities, celebrate our sovereign identity, and uplift our people. Thank you to the Indigenous Institute for this prestigious honor and for forging brave new paths for all of us to better serve our communities and Indigenous peoples. Lawrence Lewis, CEO and Founder.

The Institute would like to thank Axxelcus Capital for its continued support of the Indigenomics 10 to Watch list. Axxcelus is a capital and advisory firm that facilitates ownership of major assets for Indigenous communities. The Axxcelus approach is rooted in an understanding of the need for an unconventional range of options based on shared values ​​and the need for meaningful community engagement to create the intergenerational impacts only possible through ownership efforts today. today.

“Boosting the $100 billion Indigenous economy will require leadership at all levels. These worthy recipients are each pioneers and innovators and we are proud to honor their efforts. Axxcelus exists to support the path to economic sovereignty of Indigenous communities and will look forward to the future achievements of these beneficiaries. » Paul Poscente CEO Axxcelus Capital Advisory

The Indigenomics Institute is the leading platform for research, education, and engagement to support the reconstruction and design of Indigenous economies for Indigenous peoples around the world. The Institute works to facilitate the achievement of modern Indigenous political, economic, legal and community development goals. Indigenomics is formed at the simple invitation of “Who wants to play Indigenomics?” »

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CONTACT: Carol Anne Hilton



SOURCE: The Indigenomics Institute

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