Shop First Nations, an Indigenous-owned business dedicated to promoting and supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and their products, is proud to announce its certification as an official Aboriginal Business Member with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). This marks a significant milestone in Shop First Nations' commitment to fostering economic growth, sustainability, and community empowerment among Indigenous businesses across Canada.
As an Aboriginal Business Member of the CCAB, Shop First Nations joins a prestigious network of Indigenous-owned businesses and corporate members. These organizations are dedicated to advancing economic opportunities for Indigenous communities. As a result, this membership solidifies Shop First Nations' commitment to upholding the highest standards of business practices and ethics, while actively promoting the growth and success of Indigenous entrepreneurs.
Shop First Nations serves as a vital platform connecting Indigenous businesses with consumers, both within Canada and online. Through their digital platform, Shop First Nations showcases a diverse range of Indigenous brands including art, crafts, fashion, cuisine, and more. By supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs, the platform encourages economic empowerment, cultural preservation, and the celebration of Indigenous heritage.
As a CCAB Aboriginal Business Member, Shop First Nations gains access to valuable resources, networks, and opportunities for collaboration. The CCAB's vetting process affirms Shop First Nations' commitment to transparency, integrity, and professionalism. This recognition helps build trust among consumers and partners, further solidifying Shop First Nations as a reputable and respected Indigenous-owned business.
"We are thrilled to become an Aboriginal Business Member of CCAB. This membership aligns perfectly with our mission to support Indigenous entrepreneurs, connect them with consumers, and foster economic growth in Indigenous communities. It also affirms our commitment to operating with the highest standards of integrity and professionalism."
– Rob Schulz, Founder of Shop First Nations
CCAB Aboriginal Business Membership Expands Shop First Nations' Reach & Network
By collaborating with the CCAB and other Indigenous businesses, Shop First Nations aims to create meaningful connections, promote cross-cultural understanding, and facilitate economic opportunities. The CCAB membership provides an additional layer of credibility, allowing Shop First Nations to expand its impact and reach a wider audience of conscious consumers.
Shopping with Purpose: How Your Support Helps Indigenous Entrepreneurs through Shop First Nations and CCAB
As a Canadian consumer, you can actively participate in supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and promoting economic inclusivity. By shopping from the diverse range of Indigenous brands available on Shop First Nations' business directory and gift boxes, you directly contribute to the growth and success of Indigenous businesses and help foster vibrant and sustainable Indigenous communities.
Join Shop First Nations in celebrating the significant milestone of becoming a CCAB Aboriginal Business Member as they embark on a new chapter of collaboration, growth, and economic empowerment for Indigenous entrepreneurs. Together, let's create a stronger and more inclusive Canada.
For media inquiries, please contact:
- Rob Schulz
- President & Founder, Shop First Nations
About Shop First Nations:
Shop First Nations is an Indigenous-owned business dedicated to promoting and supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and their products. Through their online marketplace, Shop First Nations provides a platform for Indigenous businesses to showcase their unique products to a broad audience. By connecting consumers with authentic Indigenous brands, Shop First Nations fosters economic growth, cultural preservation, and community empowerment. For more information, visit https://shopfirstnations.com.
About the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB):
CCAB is committed to the full participation of Indigenous peoples in Canada’s economy. As a national, non-partisan association, its mission is to promote, strengthen and enhance a prosperous Indigenous economy through the fostering of business relationships, opportunities, and awareness. CCAB offers knowledge, resources, and programs to its members to cultivate economic opportunities for Indigenous peoples and businesses across Canada. For more information, visit https://www.ccab.com.