By Ashley Robinson, Regina Leader Post
“(ABM’s) been a great way for us to get exposure and get our name out there and really get people to understand what we’re trying to do with this business,” said Tebb, the general manager of Xtended Hydraulics and Machine.
The two-day event connects agriculture and manufacturing businesses with aboriginal communities.
“We bring aboriginal decision makers and corporate decision makers to our event. They talk business, they talk aboriginal economic business development,” said Maynard Harry, principal partner with Raven Events, which runs Aboriginal Business Match.
This is the first time ABM has been held in Regina; previously it had been held in Saskatoon. Over Tuesday and Wednesday, 29 companies and 20 aboriginal communities held meetings at the Delta Hotel trying to land business deals.