– Indigee for me was a new and different way to network and
get knowledge. What I liked the most at the first conference was the
individual time with the advisor and the generosity with advice and
encouragement from the other participants, says Anne Wuolab, establisher
of a café in the town of Lycksele and one of the Indigee participants
– We have learnt a lot from the Indigee project. We have
seen what techniques and models are successful in this context and what
is not as successful. The participants have shown great development.
They started as people full of energy but a little bit lost at the first
conference, and now, at the third conference they are sharp
entrepreneurs, still with the same hunger to get things done but also
with a clear roadmap of how to do it. I am impressed and proud of what
they have achieved, says Utsi.
– If we have the funds for it a seminar tour with national
seminars will be arranged. We would also like to do a promotion tour to
tell the indigenous communities about our results and what possibilities
indigenous entrepreneurs have to develop, plans Utsi.