ABM Indigenous: Prairies
Treaty 4 Territory and Homeland of the Métis, Regina, SK
ABM Indigenous: Prairies is held annually in partnership with FHQ Developments, Yorkton Tribal Council, the Clarence Campeau Development Fund, the Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation, Economic Development Regina Inc. and the Ministry of Trade and Export Development, Province of SK.
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 economic development for Indigenous communities, so don’t miss the chance to connect with their decision makers for mutual success. You can meet over half of the Indigenous communities at the event. There is not more cost-effective way to build meaningful relationships.
Opportunities abound for collaboration with these communities in the following sectors, among many others:
- Education & Training
- Energy & Mining
- Renewable Energy
- Waste Recovery
- Tourism & Hospitality/Food & Beverage
- Real Estate/Land Development
- Protein Industry, following the announcement by the federal government of a $150 million investment focused on supporting Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba in their growth efforts.
Upcoming Key Dates
Payment Due Date: To be announced once registration is open.
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.
For registration fees click here.
Venue and Accommodation
To be announced once registration is open.