The Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation is the winner of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’Aboriginal Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Award for 2015. The Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation is the principal economic development, marketing and promotional organization for the Penticton Indian Band. It pursues business joint ventures and investment opportunities on behalf of the Penticton Indian Band community and stakeholders. Penticton Indian Band Reserve is the largest reserve in B.C with 46,000 acres and a population of 1,034 members.
“Congratulations to the Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation for demonstrating the vision and courage in the world of business essential for business success,” said CCAB President and CEO JP Gladu. “The Aboriginal Economic Development Corporation of the Year Award proudly gives all Canadians an opportunity to learn more about Aboriginal business success and its role in creating business certainty and sustainable prosperity.”