WASHINGTON, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Native American Contractors Association (NACA), announced today that it will hold its first annual conference in Palm Springs, California at the Miramonte Hotel and Resort on November 11-13, 2013. The event will include a golf tournament at Indian Wells, trade show, and different learning tracks targeting small business concerns and federal contracting.
NACA's 1st Annual B2B Conference & Expo will feature three (3) different learning tracks that include: Getting Business Started and on the Right Course, Legislative Issues Impacting Small Business, and Contemporary Issues Impacting Small Business Federal Contractors. The conference will feature 60+ experts on small business matters.
"NACA's first annual conference will highlight small business issues and concerns, and will serve as a wonderful opportunity for the minority small business community to gain valuable business tools, and develop lasting relationships" stated Kevin Allis, NACA's Executive Director. He continued, "Small businesses are the backbone to our nation's economy, and their success not only helps grow the American economy, it provides jobs, wealth and resources, and opportunities for disadvantaged communities. Although with a focus on Indian Country, NACA's conference has something to offer all small businesses!"
The complete 2013 conference agenda, online registration, and other conference information is available online now at www.nativecontractors.org.
For more information, please contact Jennine Elias at (202) 758-2676.
About the Native American Contractors Association
The Native American Contactors Association is a national Native advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., and represents Tribal, Alaska Native Corporations, and Native Hawaiian Organizations across the country. NACA seeks to protect the economic self-sufficiency of America's indigenous people that is enhanced through the participation of its members in the SBA 8(a) program. NACA's members represent and provide benefits for nearly 700,000 Tribal members, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.