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Joseph P. Kalt: The Practical Issues of Business Development - Some Things to Consider: Dealing with Growth

Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development Co-Director Joseph P. Kalt offers some points that Native nations should consider as they work to manage the growth of their nation-owned enterprises.

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Joan Timeche: The Practical Issues of Business Development - Some Things to Consider: Governing Body

Native Nations Institute Executive Director Joan Timeche shares her experiences as a board member on two tribal economic development corporations, and identifies some key things that Native nations need to consider as they work to craft effective approaches to corporate governance.

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Ho-Chunk, Inc. CEO Receives Award from U.S. Department of Commerce Agency

Ho-Chunk, Inc. CEO Receives Award from U.S. Department of Commerce Agency

Lance Morgan launched the Ho-Chunk, Inc. in 1994 as the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. Now the president and CEO is receiving the Advocate of the Year Award by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) at the end of this…

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Ho-Chunk, Inc. has grown into global enterprise

Ho-Chunk, Inc. has grown into global enterprise

The Winnebago Tribe's reservation in Northeast Nebraska is home to about 2,800 enrolled members. The tribe, a federally recognized, sovereign nation, is governed by a council of nine-elected tribal members. The tribe owns a number of enterprises, including gaming operations in Iowa and Nebraska,…

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Ho-Chunk Plans to rename Terra Centre

Ho-Chunk Plans to rename Terra Centre

Ho-Chunk Inc. has acquired a majority stake in the Terra Centre and plans to rename it for the Winnebago Tribe's economic development division. "We just bought the largest building in Sioux City," Ho-Chunk CEO Lance Morgan told an audience in Lincoln, Neb., on Wednesday. "Basically, that's going to…

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Indian Pride: Episode 108: Economic Development

Indian Pride, an American Indian cultural magazine television series, spotlights the diverse cultures of American Indian people throughout the country. This episode of Indian Pride features Lance Morgan, President and CEO of Ho-Chunk, Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago…