Mission Statement - "The Indigenous Chamber of Commerce of Saskatchewan (ICCS) is a membership driven organization that acts as a provincial hub for professionals, businesses owned and operated by, or employing Indigenous peoples."
Established in 2018, Indigenous professionals in the Saskatchewan business landscape recognized the gaps with connecting Indigenous Businesses with each other in a Marketing, Procurement and Networking capacity. The Indigenous Chamber of Commerce of Saskatchewan created to act as a hub and resource for Indigenous business in the province of Saskatchewan.
The board consists of 12 members and is elected by membership. We are committed to maintaining Indigenous leadership driven by the chamber members. The board is also designed to act as an advocate for Indigenous business, working with others to raise the profile of the membership within the province.
The Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (ICCS) is an advocate for Indigenous Business. We are an Indigenous-lead, non-political and member driven organization. The chamber promotes an inclusive forum that brings together businesses and professionals that are part of the Indigenous community. We are right for you if you work in and want to support Indigenous business success in Saskatchewan.
Indigenous-Lead – ICCS (Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Saskacthewan) is committed to be an organization driven by and responsible to the indigenous business community.
Business is our focus – ICCS is a non-political organization.
· Indigenous lead
· Advocate for business
· Member Driven
Inclusiveness is at our core - We are open to all to join. If you work in the Indigenous community whether you are Indigenous yourself or not, this is a place for you.
Advocating for business – ICCS is here to be a voice and a gathering place for Indigenous Business, helping to raise the profile of the Indigenous Business Community and help businesses grow.
Partnership(s) - As a Chamber we strive to create partnerships that will benefit our membership. Together we will grow.
Network with the provinces Indigenous Business Community Showcase your business with Indigenous business leaders.
$50.00 - Individual
$175.00 – 1 to 9 Employees
$350.00 – 10+ Employees
Patrick Dinsdale – Royal Bank of Canada
Ian Bear – Indigenous Gaming Regulators
Monica Brunet – Clarence Campeau Development Fund
Kelly Cameron – SaskEnergy
Brad Darbyshire – STC Industrial
Tonii Lerat – Urban Systems
Trista Pewapisconias – Co-operatives First
Jay Smith – Business Development Bank of Canada
Perry Vermette – Vermette Wood Preservers