Speaker

Jeremy Thompson

Indigenous Relations
Iconic Power Systems

Meet Jeremy:

With a background in technology, energy, telecommunications, politics and professional hockey, Jeremy brings a wealth of experience in leading Eagle Spirit Business Development. After many years of working in business development, sales management and executive positions, Jeremy made the decision to soar as an entrepreneur to help other companies achieve their vision.

In leading Eagle Spirit Jeremy works with companies of all sizes to better understand their processes and identify solutions to help streamline their indigenous relations and business development opportunities.

His multi-faceted perspective and support helps organizations reach their goals and strive for more. One size does not fit all when it comes to indigenous relations and business development support, and Jeremy works with organizations big and small to find the right approach to support their goals.

As a self-identifying Indigenous person, Jeremy has experience working with First Nations and Metis and is keen to assist businesses in indigenous relations.

He is Syilx, Cree and Métis. His family is descended from the Okanagan Indian Band and the Red River Métis. Jeremy’s experience has been shaped by both professional and volunteer work.

His background includes sales management, small business ownership, two terms as an elected official, coaching, years as a professional hockey player and referee, mentoring and the chairing of various political, business and volunteer organizations.

Jeremy is a member of the Okanagan Indian Band in Vernon, BC

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