Sault Tribe, Inc. (STI) is pleased to announce that NationPoint LLC is now well-positioned for rapid growth due to a multi-year U.S. Army contract to develop a combat medic virtual learning sustainment program.
Last summer, STI's subsidiary Chippewa Government Solutions (CGS), entered a joint venture partnership with Tipping Point Solutions, Inc. to pursue virtual learning and digital media production opportunities. The Army contract is NationPoint's first and will provide the necessary business development resources to lay a foundation for long-term success.
"With the growing demand for virtual learning programs, government agencies expect highly engaging and impactful productions," said STI's chief executive officer Joel Schultz. "With Tipping Point's creative talent capacity and CGS's ability to hire ex-generals, doctors, and actors, NationPoint delivers enhanced training curriculums with higher production quality."
STI's partner Tipping Point is an award-winning multimedia production company and is mentoring CGS to manage large media production contracts. STI sees tremendous potential for NationPoint to scale quickly and sustain ongoing benefits for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
"There's so much opportunity to provide high-paying jobs and skills training for the age of digital media," said Schultz. "Tipping Point's founder, Rick Schmidt, is a Sault Ste. Marie tribal member. He is passionate about building a legacy through entrepreneurship and economic development for our next seven generations of Sault Ste Marie tribal members."