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Native American Business Association (NABA) Houston Chapter Launch
November 3, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Native American Business Association (NABA) is launching a Greater Houston Chapter to expand its advocacy efforts in Texas. NABA was founded in July 2019 in Dallas Fort Worth with the mission to serve, connect, and advocate for Native American Businesses. The organization will look to build on the past success in the North Texas market by forming strategic partnerships with local diverse supplier organizations, educational institutions, certifying agencies, and forward-thinking corporations who want to help strengthen the Native American network in the Greater Houston Area. NABA will be holding a kick-off event at a local brewery in November in partnership with the American Indian Center of Houston and sponsored by local Native owned architecture firm Method Architecture.
For Native American-owned businesses and entrepreneurs, NABA provides collaboration, advocation, and education, as well as, aiding in business resource and development. The overall impact of NABA is found in businesses and individuals connecting with the proper resources, thus leading them to opportunities within the City of Houston and the greater Houston area. This Houston chapter launch will support the growth in the Houston area with a goal of assisting Native American owned businesses in the region.
About NABA – Native American Business Association’s (NABA) mission is to serve as advocates for Native American owned businesses and aid in business resource and development. Goals include increasing Native American participation throughout business commerce as well as serve as a voice for Native American business by leading, connecting and empowering Native Americans in Businesses. For more information, please visit nativeamericanbusinessassociation.org.