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Conversations That Matter: Can Business be a Social Enterprise?

Feb 26, 2021 Ep 336 - Can Business be a Social Enterprise? Guest: Chief Clarence Louie In 2020 Osoyoos Indian Band Chief, Clarence Louie was inducted into the Business Laureates of BC Hall of Fame. It was another recognition of the business successes he and Band Council have developed. Since 1988, the Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation has focused on business development as a social enterprise. Louie says, “these businesses are owned by the band and they are managed and run by Chief and Council with the sole purpose of creating opportunities for our members and generating revenue to support the community.” The band has 460 members and employs more than 700 people. “We have a job for every member of our band”, says Louie. We invited Chief Clarence Louie to join us for a Conversation That Matters about his businesses, his strategies and how he manages his dual roles as Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band and as head of the development corporation. Please become a Patreon subscriber and support the production of this program, with a $1 pledge https://goo.gl/ypXyDs I have the rights to this photo. -- Stuart McNish Oh Boy Productions L320 - 560 Beatty St. Vancouver, BC (Buzzer: 1320 – take the elevator down to L3) stuart.mcnish@ohboy.ca Office: 604-662-8821 www.ohboy.ca
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