Explaining Montreal Kits Visibility
Sponsors and Sponsorships

Explaining Montreal Kits visibility via each of our sponsors and sponsorships. Indigenous Businesses interested in sharing their culture, their values and their beliefs as well as in increasing their exposure, their visibility and their popularity.

Potential customers must be able to locate our business. More visibility equals more customers and more customers equal more sales. Exposure and visibility definitely help increase our income and our profit in an interesting cost-effective manner.

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Specific Sponsors and Specific Sponsorships

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ABENAKI - People from the East

Indigenous Business Number 1 and potential sponsor offers business solutions, technology integration and talent management along with training, mentoring and employment for Indigenous peoples who are interested in business consulting.

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ANISHINABEE - Good Humans

Indigenous Business Number 2 and potential sponsor offers services such as scheduled flights, charter and freight services to 16 destinations in the Quebec and Ontario provinces.

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ATIKAMEKW - White Fish

Indigenous Business Number 3 and potential sponsor is a creative promotional items and communications company with affiliates in film, television and interactive media production and with a video game development studio and an independent Aboriginal news publication.

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CREE in English - NEHIYAWAK in Cree

Indigenous Business Number 4 and potential sponsor is an importer and supplier of commercial building products. Their mission is to source and import high quality construction and renovation products and to serve the local market. 

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(HURON) WENDAT - People of the Island

Indigenous Business Number 5 and potential sponsor has a passion for athletic sensors and embedded systems combined with a dynamic knowledge in engineering for athletic wireless sensors.

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INNU - Human Being

Indigenous Business Number 6 and potential sponsor successfully combines aboriginal rights, political negotiation and business ability into successful businesses and economic initiatives.

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MALISEET - People of the Beautiful River

Indigenous Business Number 7 is a production company who specializes in films and videos about Native experience in their environment, activities and traditions as well as in their struggle for economic and political autonomy.

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MI'KMAQ - The People

Indigenous Business Number 8 and potential sponsor is a profitable holding company with subsidiaries and joint ventures involved in social economic development, improved housing conditions and protection of the natural environment.

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NASKAPI - People Beyond the Horizon

Indigenous Business Number 9 as in enhanced online visibility, increased web traffic, brand awareness and brand reputation. Important marketing tools that combine audiovisual content, digital communication tools as well as project management tools.

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MOHAWK of the St-Lawrence Valley 

Indigenous Business Number 10 as in the process of working on the quantity and the quality of traffic to a website and to its web pages called Search Engine Optimization. A SEO that targets unpaid traffic from search engines and that attracts a large audience from high ranking search terms.  

Explaining Montreal Kits Visibility
by Rachel Louise Barry

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