Indigenous Business Leaders Worldwide To Convene In Vancouver, British Columbia Canada for the 10th Annual “World Indigenous Business Forum”
Vancouver, BC – Seven hundred delegates of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people from around the globe will convene on the beautiful city of Vancouver, British Columbia, to participate in the 10th annual World Indigenous Business Forum (WIBF) on October 8-10th, 2019.
The conference focuses on the growing global Indigenous business movement and will host leaders in businesses, organizations, government, educational institutions, private industry and corporations who will be in attendance at this highly anticipated Indigenous led business conference.
The inaugural World Indigenous Business Forum was hosted in New York City in 2010, to create and promote unique learning and networking experiences and opportunities for global Indigenous business and corporations, leaders including youth. Further forums were held in Australia; Namibia, Africa; Guatemala; Hawaii; Saskatoon; Chile, and most recently in New Zealand in 2018.
Leading this effort is the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute, Inc. (ILDI) – the founder of WIBF. ILDI on behalf of WIBF will be hosting a press conference on
September 26th, 2019 from 2:30 to 3:30 pm at the Caulfield Room, Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel, located at 1128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC.,
and invites you to join us at this time, to participate and plan, how we can be part of welcoming world leaders, and form the delegation at the upcoming World Indigenous Business Forum to be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Please join us as Rosa Walker provides information and answers questions about the upcoming forum.
“Vancouver is the perfect city to host the World Indigenous Business Forum as it has a significant presence of Indigenous entrepreneurs and many formidable partnerships involving multi sectors,” says Rosa Walker, ILDI President and Chief Executive Officer. “This event is an opportunity for national and international networking, with participants and speakers from places as diverse as New Zealand, Chile, Australia, New Caledonia, Guatemala, Nepal, Colombia, USA, and many others. We will be connecting by forming relationships, sharing best practices from around the world and inspiring one another through dynamic speakers and presenters”
Visit www.wibf.ca for additional information about this exciting event and see how you can get involved.
For More Information and to RSVP please contact:
Carol Anne Hilton
Email: [email protected] or phone 250 508 1778