SOAR Digital Gathering of Indigenous Entrepreneurs is proud to offer a Networking Circle.

Networking is great for sharing ideas and knowledge, building connections, gaining confidence, raising your profile, and creating new opportunities for you and your business.

From 3 to 5 PM ET, join us for 5-minute rounds of speed-networking to connect with Indigenous entrepreneurs and allies. Hop in and out of the Networking area to make the most of your SOAR experience.

There are currently # of people networking! Join now!


CONNECTIVITY: Highly regulated corporate or government devices are unlikely to work with Zoom due to their security settings and firewalls. Therefore, we recommend you use a wired (plug-in) internet connection and computer that is not government-issued or a regulated corporate network/device.

  1. For a smooth experience install the latest version of Zoom Client for Meetings application on your computer.
  2. We recommend using a desktop computer (or laptop with a charged battery) plugged into a power outlet.
  3. Restart your computer if it is slow or non-responsive.
  4. Close all other office applications, including Microsoft Teams, Skype or other browsers and browsing tabs.
  5. Stop any heavy traffic on your network, such as downloading or streaming.
  6. Personal computers on personal networks work best, as sometimes highly secure office computers and networks may have firewalls that prohibit proper connection to Zoom.
  7. USB webcam with a clean lens. Clean your lens to ensure there are no fingerprints. (Logitech C920 model illustrated as example device)


8. USB microphone with earbuds or a USB headset with an attached microphone. (Microsoft LifeChat XL-3000 illustrated as example device)


9. Quiet, indoor location.