Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation

The mission of the LDF BDC is to diversify the Lac du Flambeau Tribe’s non-gaming revenue sources and create career opportunities for our community.

Our vision is to build sustainable, profitable businesses that provide career paths for citizens of the Lac du Flambeau Tribal community, embodying Tribal goals and objectives, while respecting the Tribe's cultural values.

By developing business opportunities and creating strategic partnerships, we will positively impact economic growth and career opportunities. This holistic approach to economic development will build a strong, healthy nation as we shepherd progress into the seventh generation.

The LDF BDC places the highest value on integrity, respect, honesty and ethics. We practice these values in deed and word while working for and serving the best interest of the Waaswaaganing Ojibwe Nation.

LDF BDC Subsidiary Businesses

LDF Holdings provides short-term installment loans for a high-demand marketplace with a dedication to regulatory compliance and excellent customer service. As a Tribally-owned business, we provide family-sustaining jobs to our Tribal Members and greater community.

The LDF Country Market has been providing full service grocery, deli, bakery and butcher services to the Lac du Flambeau area for over 20 years.  LDF Country Market offers a variety of homemade brats, the coveted Racine Danish Kringle, and more of what you need.

LDF Construction is engaged in commercial and residential construction. The company maintains its principle office on the Lac du Flambeau Reservation, and is wholly owned by the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.

Simpson Electric Company has been a leader in the panel and test instrument industry since 1927. Today, Simpson continues its commitment to quality and innovation and is dedicated to the highest level of customer service and company growth.