ABM Indigenous: Prairies

February 3 to 5,  2020
TCU Place
Treaty 6 Territory and Homeland of the Métis, Saskatoon, SK

ABM Indigenous: Prairies is held in partnership with the Clarence Campeau Development Fund, the Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation and the Ministry of Trade and Export Development, Province of SK and the Yorkton Tribal Council.

ABM sparks ideas, pushes projects forward and connects people and business in collaborative, imaginative and creative ways, all aimed at increasing your bottom line!

ABM drives business development in the Indigenous business space, so don’t miss the chance to connect with key decision makers for mutual success. There is no more cost-effective way to build meaningful relationships.

Important Dates

Super Early Bird: September 3, 2019
Early Bird: December 3, 2019
Payment Due Date: January 3, 2020

Please note the payment due date is not a registration deadline. On the day of the payment deadline, we remove all inactive or unpaid accounts from the event.  Provided your application is approved, we will accept new registrations into the show as long as we have space. Payment and active business matching is required immediately. Inactive and unpaid accounts may be removed from the event on the payment deadline.

Fees

For registration fees click here.

Accommodation

Holiday Inn Downtown Saskatoon
101 Pacific Avenue, Saskatoon, SK

$154 until January 7, 2020

ABM Prairies – Holiday Inn Preferred Rate

 

“We pride ourselves on a relationship-building, client-centred approach in our business, and we appreciate that ABM has the same focus. The intimate format of ABM events mean that we can create quality relationships with people whose needs we can meet. It fits our business model and it’s cost effective because it’s so targeted. We met new prospective partners, but we also got to grow existing relationships with current clients. We found the ABM team to be really supportive both in helping us match online and in facilitating our participation in the event.”

— Derek Wold, General Manager, Armour Safety Consulting and Training; ABM Delegate
ABM Indigenous: Prairies 2019