What: AIBL 2011, the 17th Annual American Indian Business & Leadership National Conference is structured as three days of business information, training, and competitions delivered through a Business Expo (for networking, recruitment, business info sharing), General Sessions, The Extreme Entrepreneurship TourTM, twelve Career Track sessions (in the areas of: Construction, Technology, Finance, Gaming, Government Agencies, & Entrepreneurship), the 17th Annual Business Plan Competition (plus 3 other competitions), Resume Room, Networking Receptions and Lunches, Cultural Entertainment and Feast, an Awards Banquet, and more. The event is geared specifically for American Indian Business Students (College, University, and Pre-College) who are current AIBL Chapter members or non-members. The event is designed to offer students real-world, practical information that they might not typically receive in the classroom.
Who should attend: Over 300 people attend the AIBL National Conference each year. Attendees include American Indian Business Students (Tribal College, University & Pre-College), AIBL Student Chapter Members and Advisors, AIBL Sponsors (Corporate, Tribal, Indian Business, Indian Organization, Government, and Educational Institution Sponsors), American Indian Entrepreneurs, American Indian Business advocates (Corporate, Tribal, Indian Business, Indian Organization, Government, and Educational Institution representatives), AIBL Board Members, and more.
When: March 31-April 2, 2011
Where: Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino, Phoenix, AZ
Register: Visit The American Indian Business Leaders website (www.aibl.org) and register online or download the AIBL 2011 registration form.