April 17, 2015 INDIGENOUS BUSINESS LEADERS WORLDWIDE TO CONVENE IN O`AHU, HAWAI`I FOR THE 6TH WORLD INDIGENOUS BUSINESS FORUM
Hundreds of enterprise-minded Indigenous people from all over the globe will converge in the picturesque location of O`ahu, Hawai`i to participate in the annually held World Indigenous Business Forum (WIBF). Leading the way is the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute, Inc. – the founder of WIBF. The forum was inaugurated in New York City in 2010, in order to create and promote unique learning and networking experiences for global Indigenous business, corporations, leaders including youth. Further forums were held such in New York for WIBF 2011, WIBF 2012 Sydney Australia, WIBF 2013 Windhoek Africa, and WIBF 2014 Guatemala City. WIBF has provided international speakers from various sectors of the economy that share their thoughts on innovation, creativity and vision.
Overall, the World Indigenous Business Forum lends to creating meaningful business relations and creating proactive partnerships and friends, which has led to forming strategic alliances and global partners.
WIBF has always been an event of value for the ongoing development of greater capacity and global economic development with Indigenous leaders from around the world and is one that promises to explore successes of our leaders and ideas for the future growth of our nations.
Rosa Walker, ILDI President and Chief Executive Officer states…”O`ahu, Hawai`i is the ideal locale to host the World Indigenous Business Forum, being the meeting place for Indigenous peoples for generations already. Delegates can look forward to forming relationships and creating partnerships with businesses, corporations, entrepreneurs and youth from around the world “
Please join us in welcoming world leaders and to be part of the delegation at the upcoming World Indigenous Business Forum to be held October 27-29, 2015 at the Waikiki Marriott Resort and Spa Hotel.
For More Information on WIBF, Please contact:
Barb Hambleton, Vice-President – ILDI
Telephone: (204) 940-1700