WACHAY! We are WISE BEAR TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS! About us: We are Natalie and Frank Robinson husband and wife team. Frank is a Network Engineer and has worked in the IT field for over a decade. My name is Natalie and I am not only a proud member of Moose Cree First Nation, but I am also the owner and specialize in software and Office products. We have recently moved to Northern Ontario from Joplin, Missouri and are anxious to deliver our expertise and give back to the community. We are committed to Northern Ontario and look forward to expanding our customer base as well as delivering excellent customer service! MEEGWETCH
The strength of the bear, the innovation of technology.
The mission of Wise Bear Technical Innovations is to empower and provide sustainable economic opportunities for the Moose Cree Members, particularly women-owned IT opportunities. We aim to contribute to the community's growth and self-sufficiency through quality technology services that not only benefit our clients but also create more employment opportunities for other Moose Cree Members. By securing funding, we can further develop our business and expand our clientele. Ultimately, we envision Moose Cree becoming an ISP, giving island Members access to internet and generating an income for the community. We are committed to creating a positive impact on our community and its future, and we believe that technology can be a game-changer in achieving this goal.
We believe that the values for an indigenous woman-owned business are inextricably linked to the culture, beliefs, and traditions of that community.
Respect for the environment: Indigenous women have a deep connection to nature, and their businesses should reflect this. Prioritizing sustainable and eco-friendly practices can help preserve the environment for future generations.
Empowerment: Indigenous women have often been marginalized and disempowered, so a business owned by them should prioritize empowering not only themselves but also their communities. This may include providing training, employment opportunities, and support for small businesses in the area.
Cultural preservation: Indigenous women have a rich cultural heritage that should be preserved and celebrated. A business may prioritize promoting and selling traditional crafts or products or incorporating cultural elements into their branding and operations.
Fairness and equity: Indigenous women have been historically disadvantaged, so a business owned by them should prioritize treating their employees, customers, and suppliers with fairness and equity. This may include paying fair wages, offering equitable opportunities, and promoting diversity and inclusion.
Personal connection: Indigenous women often place a great value on personal connection and relationships, and a business can prioritize building strong relationships with customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. This may include personalized service and customer care, making time for one-on-one interactions, or building partnerships with like-minded businesses.