For sponsorship or partnership inquiries, please contact:
Director, Sponsorship & Corporate Partnerships
416.961.8663 ext. 229
Tools and Financing for Aboriginal Business (TFAB) is an online portal that provides Indigenous entrepreneurs practical business tools, expertise, training and networks, enabling these entrepreneurs to strengthen and grow their businesses. TFAB provides business expertise, services, and development across six key business functions including Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Legal & Regulatory, Marketing & Communications and Technology.
TFAB sponsorship opportunities are a great vehicle for organizations to enhance their relationships and reputation with Indigenous businesses across Canada.
Are you interested in further collaborating with CCAB teams and other members? CCAB members now have an opportunity to present topic sessions related to Indigenous procurement to a targeted audience. Our new webinars give businesses a space to collaborate and network with Indigenous businesses over a two-hour period and facilitated by the CCAB team.
TFAB sponsorship opportunities are a great vehicle for organizations to enhance their relationships and reputation with Indigenous businesses across Canada. In addition to receiving branding assets and recognition, TFAB sponsors receive reserved opportunities to directly engage with Indigenous businesses through business skills development podcasts.
CCAB will hold live Tools and Financing for Aboriginal Business (TFAB) networking events at various locations across the country.
Through TFAB, and with the help of our sponsors, CCAB provides several grant and funding opportunities to indigenous businesses across Canada. Establishing and funding a TFAB grant is an excellent way to show your commitment to strengthening and enhancing a prosperous Indigenous economy in Canada.
In 2023, CCAB hosts two days of events in Vancouver. Day one is the Indigenous Women in Leadership (IWIL) Business Forum, followed by a West Coast Welcome Reception. Day two is the West Coast Business Forum, followed by the CCAB Award Dinner.