Vision Quest – From Vision to Reality
Vision Quest Conference celebrated its 23rd year in 2019. As with most events, the 2020 Vision Quest Conference & Trade Show was cancelled due to COVID-19, but we are back to celebrate our 24th event as VISION QUEST 2021 GOES VIRTUAL!
Delegates at this year’s virtual Conference will enjoy inspiring keynote presentations, a variety of educational and training sessions, and a wide array of cultural entertainment. Whether an established business manager looking at best practices, an entrepreneur seeking business opportunities, a community leader working toward further growth and development, or a youth looking for inspiration, our 2021 virtual Conference will have it all!
The Vision Quest Conference will be presented on October 20 & 21, 2021. Following October 20 & 21, the Conference will be available on demand online for registered delegates for 30 days.
Vision Quest looks forward once again to bringing together innovators, entrepreneurs and business leaders to discuss and promote Indigenous business, community and economic development. Vision Quest has become a very well-respected event, providing opportunities for learning, networking, information sharing, as well as cultural awareness. Partnership Opportunities with Vision Quest are not only an investment in your business , but an investment in a brighter, more enlightened future.
While many of our delegates are from across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northern Ontario and Alberta, Indigenous leaders and entrepreneurs from as far away as Nunavut, Northwest Territories and the U.S.A. have also participated. With this year’s virtual format, we anticipate welcoming delegates from across the globe to share in our 2021 Conference.
Our delegates include: Indigenous business owners and operators; Indigenous youth; community leaders; economic development officers; investors and financial institutions; government and corporate representatives; business and community service providers; individuals or businesses interested in working with the Indigenous community.