Economics from a an Indigenous worldview
Indigenomics welcomes you to an Indigenous worldview. It brings to the forefront human values and local economic practice. Indigenomics converges upon the shifting influence of Indigenous peoples. It is about understanding indigenous ways of being and worldview. Indigenomics draws on ancient principles that have supported indigenous economies for thousands of years, and works to implement them as modern business practices.
Indigenomics invites dialogue, and thought provoking insight into possibility of the Indigenous relationship both in Canada and beyond. It explores the pathway of the threshold of the Indigenous relationship and modern economics. Indigenomics is about honoring the powerful thinking of Indigenous wisdom of local economy, increasing the quality of this relationship and the application of human values in the modern context.
The Indigenomics Institute works with Indigenous nations and organizations, governments and private industry to strengthen Indigenous economic capacity, and achieve Indigenous community and economic objectives. The Institute facilitates this through research, education, management consulting services.
The Indigenomics Institute facilitates positive leadership and relationships to support the growth and development of Indigenous economies.
Carol Anne is the CEO and Founder of The Indigenomics Institute- a powerful platform for strengthening and building Indigenous economies. It offers insight into possibilities in First Nation business models and economic reconciliation.
The Indigenomics Institute is the leading research, education, and engagement platform for supporting the rebuilding and design of Indigenous economies of Indigenous peoples worldwide. The Institute works to facilitate the realization of Indigenous modern political, economic, legal and community development objectives.
Indigenomics is a dialogue and design platform to bring attention and focus to the growing Indigenous Economy. Indigenous economic growth is good for everyone. It is through dialogue and connecting that solutions based collaborations can occur to address the challenges and overcome systemic economic barriers.