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Why Animikii?

As an Indigenous-owned digital agency, Animikii works with leading Indigenous-focused organizations from all industries to drive positive change for Indigenous Peoples through technology. So why work with us? Here are several reasons that we hope you will find compelling:

  • We have a 15-year track record of delivering technology solutions exclusively for Indigenous communities and organizations. As Indigenous technologists, we are personally and professionally vested in your success. Your success is our success.

  • Animikii is 100% Indigenous-owned and a Certified Aboriginal Business (CCAB). Additionally, all of our staff are required to successfully complete Indigenous Cultural Safety training.

  • Being a socially-minded, Indigenous, technology company, not only do we have deep-rooted knowledge and experience within the Indigenous community, but we share the same goals of creating better outcomes for Indigenous peoples.

  • We have been invited to speak at conferences on topics of technology tools for Indigenous organizations. We know our stuff - but more importantly, we know how to teach it.

  • By supporting our Indigenous technology company, part of your project’s budget gets earmarked for our “Giving Back” program that is dedicated to supporting Indigenous youth pursuing careers in technology and business.

Animikii gets to know its customers’ needs and designs custom solutions for their specific circumstances. Solutions range from website updates to custom designed and built software to digital communications strategies.

Animikii works to build long-term relationships with all of its stakeholders. Rather than focusing on a particular industry or business type, Animikii chooses to work with its clients based on a values match. The Animikii team expects that each project we work on will lead to positive outcomes for Indigenous peoples.

Awards

2003 & 2007

CANDO, Aboriginal Youth Panelist

2009

National Aboriginal Health Organization, National Aboriginal Role Model

2010

Young Entrepreneurs Symposium, Aboriginal Youth Panelist

Aboriginal Business of The Year by the BC Achievement Foundation

2017

EcoStar Award for Social Impact

2019

Indigenomics Institute 10 to Watch