The NCAIED’s “Twenty Grand Business Plan Competition” wherein both “start up” and “established” Native American businesses (wholly owned by an enrolled member of any State or Federally recognized Tribal Nation, Alaska Native or Canadian First Nations), from across North America, competed for the chance to win a $20,000 cash award from the NCAIED by attending and presenting their company’s business plan at RES Arizona to a panel of respected and accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders who served as judges of the competition. The business plans were judged based on Business Structure, Financial Viability, Personal Abilities, Business Experience and Quality of the Plan. Integrity Technologies’ detailed business plan was presented by IT’s Founder and President, Dr. Crystal Jensen.
About Integrity Technologies
Founded in June 2011 by Dr. Crystal Jensen, Integrity Technologies is committed to empowering Native American, Indigenous, and other diverse communities in need throughout the U.S and Internationally. Our intention is to help improve the quality of life (economic development, increased social connection, and enhanced educational opportunities) for these populations by offering a diverse range of services related to the learning technologies field (eLearning, social media, and mobile technologies) and strategize our efforts to support the overall public and environmental good.
For more information about Integrity Technologies, please visit: http://integritytechnologies.org