About Us

Mission Statement:
Our goal is to assist commerce that benefits American Indian Communities through Economic Development.  

Vision Statement:

We do this through providing training and community development programs such as Tax workshops, Business Legislation workshops, Elders Progressive, 184 Mortgage Training, Health Equity Programs, Entrepreneurial Programs, and more.  We also provide platforms such as the Indian Biz Expo, Natives Go Global, Golf Fundraising event, and  other networking events and programs to allow American Indian Businesses and Professionals to highlight their businesses and network with key industry leaders.  Our online presence is a go to hub for Commerce and American Indian Business, serving visitors from around the globe.  We’ve partnered with the NCAIED American Indian PTAC to help American Indian Businesses with Government Contracts, now operating from the same facility.  One of our longest legacies is the Annual American Indian Achievement Awards, supporting and recognizing American Indian Scholars, Businesses, Nonprofits, and Professionals.  To date, this program has awarded more than $100K in Scholarships and Awards through grassroots fundraising efforts.

 

Breakout of RMICC Expenses


 

RMICC Funding Sources


Your membership is crucial to helping us continue to provide resources for American Indian Commerce.  Quite frankly,  your membership helps keeps our doors open and our staff functioning.  Most of the funding for our special events is covered through direct fundraising for each event.  The majority of your membership helps pay for Staff, Personnel/Contract Services, and  Facilities/Utilities.  Thank you for your continued support. 

With membership support in 2015, we were able to:

 

 

 

Benefits of a Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce Membership:

  • Increase visibility
  • Provide progressive workshops and presentations to optimize professional development
  • Procurement activities linking businesses to businesses as well as to corporations and government entities
  • Alliances with members in other minority chambers
  • Indian entrepreneurs doing business with professional mentors and peers

Back to Top