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Shop Local, Shop Seneca

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How many of the products or services that you buy are purchased either on Seneca Territory or at Seneca businesses?

Each dollar spent at a local business is 3-4 times more likely to stay in the local community. This is called the multiplier effect or economic impact. Local businesses retain and recirculate money in the local community, generating greater local wealth and increase demand for local jobs. Every dollar spent off territory has a very small chance of being recirculated back to Seneca businesses and Seneca families.

The Seneca Nation of Indians Economic Development Company (SNIEDC) has created a Seneca Business Directory and Seneca Business Map to help shoppers find Seneca-owned businesses. Now, you can search our directory and find the local Seneca-owned business that can provide the service or product that you are looking for.

Visit our Seneca Business Directory  or click the “Shop Seneca” link on the menu at the top of our website.

If you are Seneca and own a business on-territory or off-territory and you would like your business listed in our directory, go to our Directory and click “Submit A Listing” to add your business to our Directory.  If your business is currently listed and needs to be updated, please contact us and we will revise your listing.

If you are looking for a service or product that is not currently offered by a Seneca owned business, there may be an opportunity for you to start your own business. If you or someone you know is interested in starting a small business, take a look at our business loan applications or call our office at (716) 945-7148 to speak with our staff about the loan application process.