Posted on 19October 2018 by Leesa Watego in Blog
Launched this year at the Indigenous Business Month launch at Melbourne Business School, the Futures Forum is an Indigenous Business Australia signature program taking place in 2019. To be held across five regional locations between March and July 2019, these events seek to design a vision for Indigenous business for the next generation. The way […]
Posted on 5October 2018 by Leesa Watego in Blog
For those who are not on Twitter, the very idea of having a conversation or ‘chat’ probably seems odd. But TweetChats are a pretty old-school but really popular way to meet up with people from around the world around particular interests. The year for Indigenous Business Month, as part of Leesa’s hosting of the rocur […]
Posted on 2October 2018 by Jordan Ardler in BlogMedia Releases
Tuesday 2 October, 2018 The fourth Indigenous Business Month was launched today for the first time in Melbourne, kicking off a month long calendar of events to be held around the country celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in business. “It’s great to be launching the most impactful Indigenous Business Month yet at the […]
Posted on 25October 2017 by Leesa Watego in Blog
Late last month I had an opportunity to attend the inaugural National Indigenous Digital Excellence Awards (IDX Awards) hosted by the National Indigenous Centre for Excellence (NCIE) at Redfern, Sydney. It was a truly inspirational night. The night included fantastic performances from Sydney singer/songwriter Mi’Kaisha Masella and Adelaide based electronica band Electric Fields (AMAZING!). Hosts Christine […]
Posted on 8December 2016 by Leesa Watego in Blog
Indigenous digital agency Ngakkan Nyaagu (NGNY) is the inaugural winner of the PwC & MURRA Boost Initiative, receiving skills and expertise to the value of $30 000. “We’re very excited to win the PwC & MURRA Boost Initiative,” said Ngakkan Nyaagu (NGNY) co-founder, Liam Ridgeway. “Our business is growing very quickly, so we are looking […]
Posted on 19October 2016 by Jake Keane in Blog
A blog from Dr Michelle Evans, Program Director of the MURRA Indigenous Business Masterclass Program “A central element of a healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem is the encouraging and celebration of success. These showcasing events, such as Indigenous Business Month, grab the broader public’s attention for a moment to put forward a range of new stories about […]
Posted on 18October 2016 by Jake Keane in Blog
Leadership comes in many forms, and styles of leadership will differ from individual to individual. Ask several people what leadership means to them and you’re bound to get as many sharply contrasting views as you are similar ones. Many of us are leading every day, in one way or another, without even knowing it. For […]
Posted on 13October 2016 by Leesa Watego in Blog
Last night, the Premier of Queensland Annastacia Palaszczuk and the Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and the Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch celebrated the 2016 Indigenous Business Month.
Lee-Ann Buckskin celebrates Indigenous Business Month
Posted on 4October 2016 by Leesa Watego in Blog
“Leadership to me is having insight, emotional intelligence, and learning your leadership quality over a long period of time, I think that once you have those values and those principals you can have longevity in your career.”
Indigenous Business Month 2015 Thank-YOu
Posted on 31October 2015 by Leesa Watego in Blog
Today marks the final day of the inaugural Indigenous Business Month. Thank you to all those who have supported and made this initiative possible.
Posted on 23October 2015 by Leesa Watego in Blog
I have been directing the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class program for four years now.
Posted on 28September 2015 by Mayrah Sonter in Blog
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Posted on 16September 2015 by Mayrah Sonter in Blog
Ingrid Cumming Chief Executive Officer Kart Koort Wiern Ingrid Cumming is a Whadjuk Noongar woman from Fremantle, Western Australia. A graduate of Murdoch University and Melbourne Business School,