Doing Business with the Oneida Indian Nation:

An Economic and Business Development Conference for regional businesses looking to work with the Oneida Indian Nation as it continues to develop new ways to deliver greater value to Oneida Indian Nation Members, guests and employees through its procurement process and economic development partnerships.

Friday, September 14, 2018

8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Mohawk Room at Turning Stone Resort Casino


• Ways to become a vendor of the Oneida Indian Nation •

• Navigating the Oneida Indian Nation’s procurement process •

• Partnering with the Oneida Indian Nation on real estate and economic development projects •

• Exploring business opportunities made possible by the Oneida Indian Nation •

Conference includes continental breakfast and networking lunch following the session.

Attire: Business Casual

On the 25th anniversary of the opening of Turning Stone, join local businesses for this half-day conference on how to partner with the Oneida Indian Nation. The conference will provide local businesses valuable insight on how to become a vendor of the Oneida Indian Nation, to work with the Oneida Indian Nation on new business development, engage in sponsorship relationships, or partner on strategic alliances.

As our enterprises continue to expand, local businesses are an integral part of that growth – just as they have been for decades. The Oneida Indian Nation is committed to reinvestment in Central New York — in 2017 the Oneida Indian Nation paid over $66 million to nearly 1,000 vendors in Oneida, Madison and Onondaga counties, and added several new ventures as it worked to assure the health of the local economy.

Limited space is available. Please RSVP to Sarah Koral, Event Services Manager with your name and email by Friday, August 31 by calling 315.361.8191 or emailing

For more information about doing business with the Oneida Indian Nation click here.