Join Aksis on October 6 for an Important National Conversation...
Social and economic equality is important for all Canadians.
Join a national conversation on how we can all do better, and turn intent into action.
Be part of an historic webinar that examines social bias and systemic injustice through diversity and inclusion: Racial Inequity and Disparity – Change for Greater Good. Join keynote speakers Senator Murray Sinclair and Dr. Wanda Costen as they offer thought provoking perspectives on why correcting social and economic imbalances is so critical to our collective future. Then take the opportunity to reflect, question and clarify how we as individuals and leaders can make meaningful change during a moderated Q&A session. And to end, start a new beginning - pick your path and turn intent into action as we explore next steps.
October 6, 2020 is an important day to make new connections and gain new insights. Tickets are limited, so don’t get left on the outside looking in. Secure your spot today, and be a part of the solution going forward.
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The Aboriginal business community has deep roots in Edmonton.
Aboriginal business has and will continue to play a significant role in defining Edmonton’s identity, from the city’s origins as a trading center to its future as a regional and national hub for Aboriginal businesses and professionals.
Funded by the City of Edmonton, Aksis is a membership driven, not-for-profit organization created to serve as a central meeting point that inspires Edmonton’s Aboriginal business and professional community to connect, collaborate & create.
In addition, she's a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nations in northern Alberta, and happy to share in the vision of the Edmonton Aboriginal Business & Professional Association to support Aboriginal Entrepreneurship.
Florida grew up equally in Edmonton, Alberta and Fort McMurray, Alberta, and have had the benefits of having a diverse background in the practical field of accounting over the past nearly 18 years, from oil & gas at Suncor Energy, to the provincial government’s crown corporation, with AIMCO, and mostly within public accounting, where her heart has always been. ...read more
CONNECT, COLLABORATE & CREATE.
Get out there
Increase exposure and awareness of your business both online and in person at our networking events.
Access Aboriginal business development programs and services such as training, mentor ship, and funding opportunities.
Connect regularly with other like-minded business people to identify opportunities, share keys to success and provide mutual support.
Create a common voice of Aboriginal business in Edmonton that will advance effectively and collaborate to eliminate barriers.