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FHQ Developments Annual Indigenous Economic Development Forum



FHQ Developments invites you to ATTEND our #IndigenousEconomicDevelopment Forum.

March 24th, 2023
DoubleTree Hotel in Treaty 4 Territory (Regina)


About Indigenous Economic Development Forum 2023


Journey Together to Economic Prosperity

We are featuring speakers from Indigenous Economic Development Corporations to fill the gaps many businesses need to develop and grow.


For more information contact:

Annie Charles
email: acharles@fhqdev.com
Phone:(306) 790-2350
Fax: (306) 790-2355

Ticket Sale Deadline is March 20th, 2023

We would like to thank everyone who helped to make this first annual Indigenous Economic Development Forum a success!  We look forward to seeing you next year!

Last Year’s #IEDF Information:
“Gathering Many Nations to Build a Brighter Future”
March 24, 2022

We gathered Nations to discuss and provide feedback to the Federal Government concerning Economic Development programs and participation. We identified barriers that prevent Indigenous people from being successful in their Ec Dev pursuits for future programs and prevent barriers to successful entry.

A critical discussion topic was Economic Reconciliation through Indigenous lead business models, connecting key stakeholders in business communities with Indigenous participants, sharing future economic and investment opportunities, outlining the impact of Indigenous participation and highlighting what is working.

The theme of “Gathering Many Nations to Build a Brighter Future” reminds us to come together to create a path for generational wealth within Indigenous economic development. This forum aims to support partnerships with Non-Indigenous organizations to join the efforts of Economic Reconciliation.

We were thrilled to announce that Carol Anne Hilton – international Indigenous business leader, speaker, advisor, facilitator and author – joined us virtually to discuss her ideas on increasing the visibility and inclusion of Indigenous business and economic growth globally. She has led the establishment of a line of thought called #indigenomics- growing from a single hashtag to an entire movement that focuses on the rebuilding and strengthening of Indigenous economies and led to her book “Indigenomics Taking a Seat at the Economic Table”.