We want to help build a network for the Indigenous tourism industry from the ground-up, in consultation with all relevant stakeholders.
ITANB's membership program consists of two main categories of membership, each with different tiers. These are Tourism Operator Memberships, and Community Memberships. Tourism Operator Members are Indigenous tourism businesses, at various levels of operational capability. Community members are individuals from Indigenous communities, as well as supporters and donors from within and outside of these communities.
TOURISM OPERATOR MEMBERSHIPS
- Start-up Business Members - $50, Non-voting – These members are new Indigenous tourism businesses who are in the beginning stages of their business development and who are not yet open for business. These members will receive networking opportunities, access to ITANB research, and access to training programs to help them progress.
- Business-Ready Members - $100, Voting – These members are Indigenous tourism businesses with a formally registered business operation but who do not yet meet ITANB’s Market-Ready standard. These members will receive networking opportunities, access to ITANB research, access to training and product development support programs (to become market-ready), and a link on the ITANB website.
- Market-Ready Members - $200, Voting – These are members who meet the ITANB Market-Ready or Export-Ready standards. They will receive networking opportunities, access to ITANB research and training, product development support programs, and significant marketing benefits such as website profiles, opportunities to be featured on FAM tours, at trade shows, in packages and promotions, and in tourism industry events.
Register for a Tourism Operator Membership
- Individual Indigenous Members - $25, Non-Voting – These members are Indigenous students or other Indigenous individuals who are interested in learning about and supporting Indigenous Tourism. These members are not eligible to vote at the AGM.
- Friends of ITANB - $500 or more if desired, Non-Voting – These members are First Nations governments, organizations, and non-Indigenous stakeholders who are interested in learning about and supporting the work of ITANB. These members are not eligible to vote at the AGM.