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The 21st Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow is Going Virtual

The 21st Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow is Going Virtual

TribalNet is excited to announce that our 21st Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow is moving to a virtual conference and tradeshow. Although we are disappointed that we have had to transition away from our in-person event, given the continuing COVID-19 concerns and regulations, we believe this to be the only right choice in 2020.

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Keys To Optimizing IT Spend In Your Tribal Organization

Keys To Optimizing IT Spend In Your Tribal Organization

In this episode, we share some great lessons that our TribalValue partner, Virtual Procurement Services (VPS), discussed during a recent webinar with our TribalHub division. Learn the keys to utilizing a proper procurement strategy to reduce and recover technology costs, optimize purchasing processes, and improving organizational collaboration.

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Roundtable Discussion: Reopening Tribal Casinos and Pandemic Recovery

Roundtable Discussion: Reopening Tribal Casinos and Pandemic Recovery

We’re back and excited for our first podcast in a while!! Listen in as Mike Day and I talk with two high level leaders from two casinos in two different parts of the country. John Filippe, Executive Director of MIS for the Quinault Beach Resort & Casino in Washington, Dawn McGrady, CFO for the Little River Resort and Casino in Michigan open up and discuss what their tribal casinos are facing right now…

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Business Strategies and Insights in Light of COVID-19

Business Strategies and Insights in Light of COVID-19

All of us here at TribalHub hope this podcast finds you and your family well and safe during this unprecedented health crisis we are all experiencing. None of us have a blueprint that shows us how we, as business professionals, should respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is uncharted waters for all of us. So…what ARE we supposed to do?

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MuralNet works with tribes to build their own networks

MuralNet works with tribes to build their own networks

In this episode we are going to cover the digital divide that we see in Indian Country and what the non profit group MuralNet is doing to help tribes across the country bridge that divide. Wireless high speed internet is now almost a necessity for daily living – and we see that today more than ever. With every state under a “social distancing” order, we are looking to technology to keep us connected. From telemedicine, to weather announcements, to news updates and social interaction, we have to have access to a network. Many in Indian Country, however, are not this lucky. One of the documented major obstacles to accessing wireless high speed internet on rural tribal reservations is the lack of infrastructure and funding to build it.

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