June 29, 2011 15:01 ET

The Native American Fair Commerce Coalition Establishes Digital Commerce Program for Native American Entrepreneurs

New NAFCC Initiative Promotes Native American Tribal Expansion Into All Areas of Online, Mobile and Digital Technology Commerce

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - Jun 29, 2011) - The Native American Fair Commerce Coalition (NAFCC), a representative organization comprised of members from a broad spectrum of Native Americans and multiple tribes committed to protecting the sovereign rights of Native Americans and expand tribal business and economic opportunities, has launched a program designed to empower young Native Americans in the burgeoning area of digital technology commerce.

The new NAFCC initiative will provide a broad and extensive array of digital commerce and educational resources for young tribal entrepreneurs, such as the creation of online social sites, the design and production of digital apps, and the development and management of online businesses within categories encompassing travel and leisure, gaming, electronics, personal finance, health and fitness, housewares, beauty and more.

The NAFCC young Native American entrepreneurial program will also seek business development partnerships with companies throughout the mainstream sector both within the U.S. and internationally.

Said Darold Stagner, Executive Director of the NAFCC: "We are pleased to announce the official launch of our educational program focusing on young Native Americans and the growth area of digital commerce. We are confident this initiative will serve as an effective and comprehensive business resource for young Native Americans embarking on careers within the digital commerce arena. We also welcome online, mobile and other digital commerce companies throughout the mainstream business community to take a look at partnering with young entrepreneurial talent that reside within our member tribes."

Contact Information