PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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FUTURE PARTNERSHIPS

SNGRDC is seeking partnership opportunities in Commercial and Mixed-Use Development, Hospitality, Energy, Sustainable Technology, Innovation & more to create sustainable projects of value in Southwestern Ontario.

We aren’t looking for just anyone! We want to secure partnerships with businesses that share our values and have a strong desire to embrace Indigenous business.

SNGRDC mission is to achieve economic self-sufficiency for the people of Six Nations of the Grand River without comprising our Community’s values. Our corporate strategy is known as Autonomy 150, which is to generate $150 million annually in direct economic impact by the year 2030.

We have identified four key pillars of growth to meet our goals:

1. Partnerships & Joint Ventures – Actively leverage our reputation to attract top quality partners to gain access to new opportunities.

2. Investments & property developments – Deploy capital in diversified holdings, unlock verticals, and generate re-occurring revenue streams.

3. Nations Enterprises – Maintain efficient management of on-reserve operations, invest strategically to drive Direct Economic Impact.

4. Human Capital – Human capital is an outcome of Pillars 1-3 and represents investment into our future through skills and capacity development. Growth is achieved through job creation and training.

Do these objectives resonate with you and your organization? If so, we want to hear from you!

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BENEFIFTS OF INDIGENOUS PARTNERSHIP

SNGRDC is an established and trusted Indigenous business partner with over $100M in assets. We have partnerships with a number of publicly traded companies and have successfully participated in over 15 large scale renewable energy projects. We have a proven track record as an upstanding business partner.

Business and Reconciliation
This is your call to action!

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada calls for the corporate sector and their leadership to consider the Rights of Indigenous People, as stated in the United Nations Declaration.

To learn more about how the corporate sector in Canada can adopt a reconciliation framework, visit:
https://indigenousworks.ca/en/partnership/what-does-intersection-mean/trc-call-action

What does this mean for you?
• Meaningful participation
• Economic reconciliation
• Unique Corporate Responsibility opportunities
• Our corporate principles resonate with your brand
Partner to achieve Indigenous ownership
Indigenous content and employment

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SNGRDC SUCCESS

SNGRDC is motivated by the value and sustainable impact our efforts have created for our community and our neighbours.

Are you interested in unlocking value through partnership with a progressive Indigenous partner? If so, we want to hear from you!

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