The Wisconsin Indian Business Alliance (WIBA)

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Join Us at Marketplace 2020

The three-day virtual conference is a one-stop shop for networking, learning and meetings that result in new business for minority-owned, woman-owned, veteran-owned, small and LGBTQ-owned companies - as well as buyers and service providers that want to connect.

December 8th thru December 10th

Who Is WIBA?

WIBA is a coalition of non-profit organizations with a mission to expand Native economic development by building the financial sovereignty of Native individuals, families, Native-owned businesses and communities in Wisconsin.

Working together, WIBA Members are Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) that collaborate and leverage resources to maximize access to loans, training and counseling to best serve Enrolled Members of the 11 Federally recognized Tribes in Wisconsin – both on and off reservation communities.

WIBA Members collectively work to bring millions of dollars to Wisconsin Indian Country from corporations, foundations and government programs to deliver our continuum of loan products and capacity-building technical assistance services to Native individuals, families, businesses and communities.

Product & Services

WIBA Members offer a variety of business and personal loan options and Technical Assistance for Enrolled Members of the 11 Federally recognized Tribes in Wisconsin.

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Our Impact

We have enhanced our cooperative efforts and are leveraging the resources among our Members and Partner organizations to build financial sovereignty.

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Support WIBA

Invest in a successful Native collaboration! Become a part of an innovative model by providing investment capital, operational and programmatic funding.

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Meet Our Members

Working together, WIBA’s four Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) coordinate and leverage resources to maximize access to loans, training and counseling to best serve Wisconsin Indian Country – both on and off federally recognized reservation communities.

Through collaboration, WIBA is working to build a strong, vibrant economy for Native American individuals, families, businesses and communities by offering affordable lending opportunities to Tribal Members in Wisconsin.

WIBA Members work collectively to bring millions of dollars to Wisconsin Indian Country from corporations, foundations and government programs to deliver our continuum of loan products and capacity building development services to Native individuals, families, businesses and communities.

First Nations Community Financial (FNCF)

Serves the Ho-Chunk Nation and Native Americans statewide.

NiiJii Capital Partners, Inc. (NiiCaP)

Serves the Menominee, Sokaogon, and Lac du Flambeau communities and Native Americans statewide.

Wisconsin Native Loan Fund (WINLF)

Serves the Lac du Flambeau and Oneida communities and Native Americans statewide.

First American Capital Corporation (FACC)

Serves Native American entrepreneurs - located both on and off federally recognized reservations statewide.

Are You Ready to Work With Us?

Latest News and Upcoming Events

Marketplace 2020 Virtual Conference

11/17/2020

MARKETPLACE conference will be held virtually December 8-10, 2020
For the first time in its 39 years, MARKETPLACE is taking place in a virtual format. As usual, the conference will connect …

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Native 360’s Friday Noon Zoom

11/17/2020

Join our very own Fern Orie from the Wisconsin Native Loan Fund for Native360‘s Friday Noon Zoom.

The December 4th …

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“We’re All In” Grants – Phase 2 Opens Monday, October 19th

10/07/2020

Governor Tony Evers announced on Tuesday, October 6th, that Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) will provide a second round of We’re All In Small Business Grants to distribute …

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