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Forest County Potawatomi Tribe hosts RES conference in October

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The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development met in Washington, D.C., this past June. Photo from Facebook

The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe in Wisconsin will host the Reservation Economic Summit next month.

RES Wisconsin is being organized by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. The event will bring tribal leaders, federal officials and business owners together to promote opportunity in Indian Country.

"The National Center's regional Reservation Economic Summits have been very successful, and we are looking forward to bringing American Indian enterprise development to Wisconsin and the Great Lakes Region," said NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis said in a press release. "RES Wisconsin is the latest National Center event designed to create and expand business opportunities for Native Americans and their businesses from coast to coast."

RES Wisconsin takes place October 7-9 at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee.

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