The Native American Business Association (NABA) mission is to serve as advocates for Native American Owned Businesses and aid in business resource and development.
Native American Business Association (NABA) is an advocacy group that was organized through cooperative efforts between Native American business owners, City of Dallas, Parkland Health & Hospital System. DFW MDBA, PeopleFund and the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCOK).
Our mission is to serve as advocates for Native American owned businesses and aid in business resource and development. Our goals include increasing Native American participation throughout business commerce as well as serve as a voice for Native American business by leading, connecting and empowering Native Americans in Businesses.
The Native American Business Association was created to increase participation by Native American owned business in not only minority contracting opportunities, but also help the impact that Native American Business have in their communities. Native American Business participation in the North Texas region is the least represented socio-economic group when measured under the M/WBE spend statistics. NABA, along with its partners, was established to not only increase participation amongst Native American business but assist in the economic impact. This will be achieved through: Collaboration, Advocation, and Education.