ABM Indigenous: Prairies

January 25 to 27, 2021 ABM Classic (also see COVID-19 and Beyond)
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.

Key Dates

Super Early Bird: August 25, 2020
Early Bird: November 25, 2020
Payment Due Date: December 25, 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.

IMPORTANT! Booth availability is limited.

You do NOT purchase an exhibitor booth.
Your registration fee is for your online profile and appointment schedule only. Booths are merely a requirement to create meeting space, are free and allocated to companies on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you register late, you may not get one. For the purposes of business matching this is inconsequential as you create your trade show schedule before the event and do not need to attract traffic to your booth. Booths are allocated in this way to create an additional incentive, along with Super Early Bird and Early Bird rates, to register and create business matching activity early.

Booths are NOT required for community decision makers as they travel through the ABM exhibit from appointment to appointment. However, communities that do not require a registration fee discount but pay full rate can choose to have a booth provided they register early enough.

If parties without booth allocation meet, the ABM system assigns flex booths.


For registration fees click here.


This section will be updated as soon as possbile.


“ABM is a unique event that allows you to network in a fast-paced environment—building relationships along the way. Business is why we come to conferences like this, but it’s the experience that we take away that is impactful.  I believe this event, rooted in community, gives you hope and optimism with every match you have.  I accomplished exactly what I set out to do: raise awareness about the trucking industry. Thank you to ABM for being exceptional hosts and thank you to everyone who participated and made this event a great success.”

Jordan Ewart, Policy Analyst, Saskatchewan Trucking Association & Delegate, ABM Indigenous: Prairies 2020