2020 AWARDEES

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Longhouse Media

Young Entrepreneur of the Year

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Raven Reads Books Ltd.

Business of the Year one to two person enterprise

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Sḵwálwen Botanicals

Business of the Year three to 10 person enterprise

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OneFeather Mobile Technologies Ltd.

Business of the Year 11+ person enterprise

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Top of the Line Catering

Business of the Year 11+ person enterprise

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Alkali Resource Management Ltd.

Community-Owned Business of the Year one entity

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Lil’wat Holdings Limited Partnership

Community-Owned Business of the Year two or more entities

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Nupqu Resource Limited Partnership

Business Partnership of the Year

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Carol Anne Hilton, MBA

Award of Distinction

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Honouring excellence and inspiring achievement in Indigenous business and entrepreneurship throughout the province

Serving as a catalyst for change and opportunity, the Indigenous Business Award (IBA) program aims to cultivate innovation while leveraging mutual interests. Creating an authentic space where collaborative and strategic partnerships can thrive togetherawardee recognition gives voice to Indigenous entrepreneurship while modelling success. 

Congratulations to the 2020 IBA Awardees! Click here to read the press release.

BC Achievement is pleased to recognize the awardees of the 2020 IBA program through the #shinethelightbc campaign showcasing their outstanding business achievement and innovation. While their stories are unique, they all share the same remarkable spirit of entrepreneurship and resilience as they strive towards excellence.

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.

I am inspired by the entire volume of Indigenous entrepreneurs that have come through this program. To see the increasing force of Indigenous business and how we are connecting to our families and communities and to our future in new ways through business – that inspires me and that is Indigenomics.

Carol Anne Hilton, 2020 IBA Award of Distinction