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Native American Indian Business Culture, its impact on you and the community where you live.
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Native American Indian Business Culture - Native101

Family, Friends, Students, Employees, and Employers.

Do the US Government spend more on

White American Payrolls than on Native Indians..?

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Native American Indian Business Culture - Native101

Native Indian "Business Culture"?


Today's News is tomorrow's topic of discussion:  Canada, Mexico, and the United States have large populations of Native Indians.  In the USA Native American Indians are the poorest of all of America's ethnic groups.  Many Native Indians feel that the programs administered by the US Government are not working.  “The White Man spends more money on themselves than they do on Native American Indians”.  Native Indians believe that; “It is easier for the Whiteman to get a paycheck than for a Native American Indian to get a Business Loan or a Grant”.

US Government Budgets = $3 Billion Annually for 9,000 Non-Native Indian Employees.

Targeted Victimization:  Native American Small Business Owners and Native Americans may apply for various federal and state minority-owned business grants and loans. There are also grants, and loans targeted specifically for Native American businesses through public and private agencies. Eligibility usually requires membership in a recognized tribe.

You May Apply for these Programs...

Application Denied you = "DO NOT QUALIFY"

The Native American Indian rejection rates or "Application Denied" rates for program grant and loan applications are speculated to be as high as 95% for all of the programs indicated below.  The ones who benefited from the application for a grant or loan assistance was the off-reservation, non-Native Indian employees who received a paycheck to tell the Native American Indian that you "DO NOT QUALIFY", and thank you for allowing us to be of service to the Native American Indian today.


First Nations Development Institute:  The First Nations Development Institute provides grants for economic development directly to tribes or Native American nonprofit organizations.  Its Native-Asset Building Partnership Coalition offers early investment funding to advance the growth of Native American businesses.

U.S. Department of Commerce: The U.S. Department of Commerce provides a wide variety of grants for Native American job creation purposes. These grants are available to tribal governments, their members, their businesses and companies that do business with Native Americans, whether or not these businesses are located on a reservation. Grants are available for:

  • Economic Development
  • Tourism Promotion
  • Infrastructure Projects.

U.S. Small Business Administration:  The U.S. Small Business Administration generally offers loans rather than grants, but it does allocate monies for "Native American Micro Enterprise Business Services." These grants aren't available to current small businesses for expansion purposes, but they do provide executive and specialized training to qualifying applicants.

Administration for Native Americans:  A subsidiary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Children and Families, the Administration for Native Americans also offers grant opportunities in several business-related areas. These include:

  • Social and Economic Development
  • Sustainable Employment
  • Native American Asset Building

Small Business Ownership:  Although Native American Indians may own grocers, farms, convenient-stores, laundrymats, auto repair shops, motels, garment businesses, and other businesses on Reservation Land they can not get grants or loans for modern-day improvements.  Native American Indians have an extensive presence as owners and operators of antiquated small businesses on reservation lands but are disenfranchised by not being able to modernize and provide employment opportunities to local residents.

Access to Personal and Business Capitol:  Native American Indians are strongly guided by their respective religions and their respect for elders.  Native American Indians have low levels of educational achievements in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.  For Native American Indians, there is a business culture of ownership that is skewed by commerce conditions on reservation lands.   Native Americans Indians are considered a high credit risk.  Native American Indians do not have personal and business access to capital.   The seeks to establish and propose new lending and grant programs for Native American Indians that are not measured by profit but by services to the impoverished community.



In the United States of America, U.S.A $120 Billion Dollars per year in business income is generated by a culturally diverse grouping of small businesses that are classified as “Non-White Owned and Operated”.   

The influence of cultural factors on business is extensive.  Culture impacts the majority of products that you use every day.  Culture impacts the functional operations of marketing, sales, and distribution.   Cultural Dynamics can affect a company's analysis and decision on how best to enter a product into the consumer market.

This revolutionary Community Business Education class studies cultural business relationships.  The focus of this class is the study of Racial/Cultural Business Economics and its impact on the products and services that you use and that are available in your community.

Culture and Entrepreneurship

To conduct business with people from other cultures, you must put aside preconceived notions and strive to learn about the culture's spending habits, brand consciousness, business ideology, and other economic cultural factors.

With the internet connecting and reaching the corners of the earth individuals venturing into entrepreneurship has become increasingly popular, as more people seek a way to successfully launch or expand their local business ideas or concepts.

Ethnic Cultural Opportunities:  Opening a franchise in a local market could be a great idea.  Relabeling or rebranding a successful local product for the global market is a noteworthy idea.  Countries rich in Natural Resources should not have poor citizens.  The consumer buying or purchasing experience may not translate into supporting the economy of a particular Ethnic Culture.    


What you will study:

How can a product be “Made-in-America” when the parts and materials are supplied by other countries, manufactured and assembled in other countries, and shipped to America from, other countries?

This class examines:

"Ethnic Claims on Natural Resources"

Ownership Rights and Reforms to benefit the local Ethnic Culture
 In the Design, Manufacturing, and Delivery of:
  • Physical Products
  • Service Products
  • Natural Resources
  • Travel and Entertainment
  • Technology (Data)

Governments, Schools & Health Care are the

#1 Consumers of Business Products and Services

Understanding business aspects that are impacted by Ethnic Culture.


This class covers:

 The impact and influence of the Native American Indian Culture on Business: - Understanding the Ethnic Cultural Web

Your understanding of culture will affect your ability to enter a local market, develop and maintain business relationships, negotiate successful deals, conduct sales, conduct marketing, and advertising campaigns, and engage in manufacturing and distribution.

1.)  How does Culture Impact Business?

2.)  What are the 5-Key Factors to keep in mind if you are evaluating a business opportunity in a culture or country that is new to you?

3.)  What are some of the challenges you may face when trying to do business in a new culture or country?

4.)  What are the advantages to be gained, and is the ethnic culture ready for your product or service?

5.)  Financial and Economic considerations, should Preferential Treatment be given to local ethnic groups, or global cultures?

6.)  Is the culture known for stealing or violating Intellectual Property Rights creating Brand Knock-offs, Copying, Counterfeiting, or the Duplication of Products and Services?


The need for;

Ethnic Business Culture - Awareness and Sensitivity Training:

Typical examples of Miseducation and Business Perceptions:   All Asians do IT.  A Soul Food Restaurant with no Black People working in it.   Every liquor store in the city is owned by East Indians.  Mexicans are the best Landscapers.  Popeye’s Chicken is Black Owned.  All cars are built by White People or Asian People.  Koreans own the Black and Ethnic Beauty Supply Industry.  Water, Gold, Diamonds, Silver and other precious metals belong to the country and not the Land Owners.


Students, Friends, Coworkers, and Family:  Business Culture Training improves relationships and communications between ethnic groups.  This training can take away the consumer's shock, humiliation, stigma, bite, punch, and sting associated with a particular ethnic group’s presence and or dominance within a market space or product.   This Business Culture Training will also examine the Marketing and Social Media and how it influences the cultural behavior of your family, friends, classmates, coworkers, and the places where you do or conduct your business.

Schools, Businesses, Organizations, Employers, and Government Agencies:  Understanding ethnic cultures matters to Governments, Schools, and all size Business Operations.  Consumers navigate daily within a world filled with racially different faces or racially the same face.  This class presents managers, supervisors, and employees with universal Ethnic Business Culture – Awareness and Sensitivity Training.


Equal Opportunity Training (Partnerships)

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Vital, Critical and Essential

Student and Workforce required

Training and Development.

  * WARNING!  Extreme Sensitivity and Awareness Training ahead, ENROLL TODAY…!

This class presents information about Ethnic Culture.  You will be asked to watch videos and view images that may include diverse content, rude language, emotional and racially sensitive materials, which you may find personally and culturally offensive...  You should take this class with an open mind that "Ethnic Cultural Matters and impacts local and global business operations and opportunities.”  Your thoughts, opinions, and ideas may present healthy feedback to help provide information that may be beneficial to our family, friends, coworkers, businesses and community neighbors.


We positively encourage you to enroll in this course.  Your friends, family, co-workers, and community are all impacted by the subject matter.  This class gives you a platform to study the issues, and respond to current events with the virtual goal of dynamically creating problem-solving solutions.

Tell-A-Friend, all are welcome!

Meet your Instructors;

Social Media Manager
George Marshal
Social Media Manager
Academic Manager
Mr. Donald
Instructional Manager
Guest Instructors
To be Announced
Industry Professional
University of America
University of America
Institution Team Class
To be Announced
Community - Group
Local Organization
To be Announced
Government Seal
Agency Endorsement
To be Announced
Notice(s):  Please visit our FAQ's page for more information about your Instructors for this class.
Subject Matter Interest:  Enrollment for classes and courses are driven by Subject Matter Interest.  To avoid conflicts of interest with Individual Personal Public Profiles, Ivy League Schools and Local Colleges the names of certain Instructors may, or will not be publicly published. 
 *Barack Obama is currently our most requested Celebrity Instructor.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Class Requirements?

Any adult, college student or non-college student 18 years or older may complete the free and simple pre-registration process for this class without obligation.  However, official Government ID Verification will be required before any Certificates of Completion are issued…

This class does not require heavy or obscure memorization, complex math, or tons of classwork, however a commitment to ‘Researching Current Events’ and some ‘Social Networking’ is required. This class is complete-able in 4 to 6 weeks or less and requires a commitment of 2 to 4 hours per week. To complete this class students must satisfactorily complete and document all assigned course work, such as:

  • Respond to all Surveys and Polls.
  • Complete Recruitment Assignments.
  • Actively engage-in course Social Media Discussions.
  • Participate in all course-related Educational Games.
  • Watch subject matter Videos and complete Assignments.
  • Actively engage-in and verify activity for "Education Tuesdays".
  • Score 80% or higher on all Topic Assessment Exams, if given.
  • And/or complete short Practical Writing Assignments.

Device Requirements = Smart Phone, Desktop, Laptop, Chromebook, or Tablet with an Internet connection capable of streaming YouTube videos.

Who should take this Class?
Anyone interested in, or personally impacted by the Subject Matter.  (See FAQ’s for more information.)
Is this class Accredited and Transferable?
YES..!  (See FAQ’s for more information.)
Do I have to PAY anything?
NO..!  This is a “FREE”, Community Service Education Class available to all.  (See FAQ’s for more information.)
When do Fees & Costs Apply?
Fees, and Costs Apply to administrative requests for documentation such as Certificates, Transcripts, etc., and programs that have costs to develop.   Employers frequently pay or may refund you for Class Certificates.  (See FAQ’s for more information.)

Is there a Certificate of Completion available, and how long do they last?

YES..!   Every Citizen in the U.S.A should have at least one Certificate of Completion.


Most Certificates are good for 3 years before the class should be repeated or an updated course is offered.   We do encourage our Guest or Celebrity Instructors to personally sign non-standard Certificates (added costs and limitations apply).


Earn a Verified Certificate of Completion,

the standard cost is $49.


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  •  Length:  6 weeks
  •  Effort:  2 to 4 hours per week
  •  Price:  FREE
    Virtual Community Service Course
  • Earn a:  Certificate of Completion $49
  •  Institution:
  • Training:  Workforce Development
  •  Subject:  Humanities & Behavioral Studies
  •  Level:  Introductory
  •  Language:  English
  •  Video Transcripts:  English
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*WARNING! - Sensitivity and Awareness Training

Today’s events or headlines may be tomorrow's "Lesson or Subject for Discussion"…

This class covers sensitive topics and requires critical thinking that may impact your personal growth and development. You should not take this class if you; intend to be dishonest, deceptive, or closed-minded about your personal feelings or opinions. Every participant in the class will have an open opportunity to express their genuine thoughts, outlook, and views in how they see the topics being discussed. Your opinion counts and your voice matters. The use of profanity or personal statements that may threaten any person, place, or thing is strictly prohibited. Please expect differences in opinions that may not agree with what you have learned or believe to be true.

The staff, and or the instructors reserve the right to remove any student without cause or notice.  All students are advised to take and complete the Sensitivity Training Class before this class.


Notice and Liability Disclaimer:   The social interactions and information presented in all classes or courses is for educational studies and is not intended to be a substitute for legal, medical or professional advice.  All participants are personally liable for their own conduct or behavior online and within the community.