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Based in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Traditional Hands is a jewelry and art gallery that features a variety of handmade pieces.
Empowering women is more important than ever. ONABEN is working to apply our entrepreneurial development and financial education models to lift women up in the Cherokee, North Carolina area.
A video describing ONABEN - Our Native American Business Network's economic development work on the Hawaiian island of Moloka'i. This work is supported by a grant from the Administration of Native Americans (ANA).
Authentically Cherokee - Native American Marketplace in Asheville, NC
A news feature on the Authentically Cherokee Native American Marketplace held in Asheville, North Carolina, on July 15, 2014. This event was held through a partnership with ONABEN and the Sequoyah Fund and supported by a grant from the ANA. Credit to WLOS News13 for the video.
Authentically Cherokee - Experience the Contemporary Tradition
A video detailing ONABEN and Sequoyah Fund's work with the artists of Cherokee, NC, through the Authentically Cherokee initiative.
Our work in Belcourt, North Dakota
ONABEN Art Camp with Mvskoke Loan Fund
ONABEN provided an entrepreneur camp to a group of Native American students in Oklahoma with Mvskoke Loan Fund. The camp will provided an overview of business planning, marketing and financial management. ONABEN loves working with youth. It is always a rewarding experience.
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Dana
Visit with Dana - from our Indianpreneurship case study library and learn more about this small business owner!
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Lucinda
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Edmo
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Brigette
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Bill
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Al
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Jesse
ONABEN Indianpreneurship Case Studies - Robert