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FIRST NATION FINANCIAL LITERACY

About the program

The First Nation Financial Literacy program at Make It Happen HQ is an innovative cornerstone initiative, crafted to empower First Nation Entrepreneurs with essential financial management skills. This program is pivotal for grasping the intricacies of money flow, a vital component of any business venture. It zeroes in on imparting the necessary knowledge and tools to adeptly handle cash flow and accounts, fostering innovation in financial strategies to guarantee sustainable growth and success for First Nation businesses.

Who is the financial literacey program For?

This First Nation Financial Literacy program is tailored for First Nation entrepreneurs and business owners, particularly those developing businesses in remote communities. Whether you are in the start-up phase, experiencing growth, or aiming for sustainability, this program is for you. It's also invaluable for those who wish to understand the financial aspects of their business better, to plan and protect your success.

What
 DOES THE FIRST NATION FINANCIAL LITERACY 
include?

  • Fundamentals of Financial Management: This module lays the groundwork for First Nation Entrepreneurs to understand the essentials of managing cash flow and accounts, fostering an innovation-driven approach to financial literacy.

  • Navigating Business Peaks and Troughs: It offers strategies for First Nation Entrepreneurs to navigate the financial challenges and opportunities of running a business, ensuring resilience and adaptability.

  • Sustainability and Growth: This section provides tools for First Nation Entrepreneurs to achieve long-term financial stability and growth, which is crucial for the sustainability of the First Nation Entrepreneurship Hub.

  • Community Contribution vs. Customer Focus: Learners will explore the delicate balance between contributing to the community and maintaining a customer-centric approach, a key to business success within the First Nation Entrepreneurship Hub.

  • Risk Management: This critical aspect teaches First Nation Entrepreneurs to identify and manage risks, particularly in remote community settings, reinforcing the innovative spirit of the First Nation Entrepreneurship Hub.

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Ready to take control?

Ready to take control of your business finances and pave the way for success? Register your interest to be a part of the First Nation Financial Literacy Program which will teach you how to run your business like clockwork and profit first. Bet on yourself, your idea and show your community what is possible and start your journey towards financial mastery in your business.

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Make It Happen HQ First Nation Entrepreneur Mystique Dia

Mystique Dia

Make It Happen HQ First Nation Entrepreneur Lenny Tan Wei Fusion Food

Lenny Tang Wei

Make It Happen HQ First Nation Ecommerce Program and First Nation Entrepreneur Helen Ockerby

Helen Ockerby

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