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The Advanced Business Match (ABM) is a powerful technology-facilitated business matching forum with events held across Canada.
ABM provides decision makers in charge of business development with a competitive edge in the market. ABM combines customized technology with effective market knowledge to help delegates find and connect with specific opportunities for success.
The ABM Indigenous Series
connects Indigenous and non-Indigenous decision makers to create opportunities for business.
Our curated, intimate events are hyper-productive, sophisticated and results-driven. They are an effective, time-saving, cost-reducing way to get face-to-face with key decision makers with whom you otherwise may not be able to meet.
We are your portal to a national network ready to establish relationships and make deals.
ABM levels the playing field to allow equal opportunities for meaningful relationships. We are in tune with the vast opportunities and unique characteristics of specific regions, communities and industries, providing fertile ground to achieve unprecedented results.
In 2018, 2 out of 10 delegates left ABM with a concrete deal in place, and 7 out of 10 expected to close deals. More results here.
Join the ABM network today and tap into a brand-new market for your corporation or venture. If you’re looking for collaborative and informative partnerships with a quantifiable return on investment, Advanced Business Match is your competitive edge.
“The total dollar value created by the Indigenous economy is over $30 billion and growing. There are now over 50,000 Indigenous-owned businesses in Canada. Indigenous entrepreneurs operate in every province and territory across a range of sectors – including natural resources, construction, manufacturing, retail and services.”
– The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business