An opportunity to connect and network with the Indigenous business community as well as corporate and government organisations. A light stand up breakfast will be served.
Join Dr Tina Lambert and Tanyah Nasir as they explore Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives about creating confident cultures to achieve high performing teams. Organic and structured approaches are explored.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander business excellence and leadership will be celebrated on Gadigal Country featuring strong Indigenous entrepreneurs and leaders in the fields of tourism, cultural consultation, public advocacy and not for profit.
Join the South East Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce on the 24th October and check out Brisbane’s new Indigenous Incubator at the newly opened Fishburners facility in The Capital, Brisbane’s Innovation Hub. Find out more about the spaces that are available to emerging entrepreneurs and the upcoming programs and workshops that include an Indigenous Accelerator program and Indigenous Youth Coding workshops.
Join host Matt Sonter for the Central Coast’s first Indigenous Business Month event this October. The breakfast panel discussion panel will feature local MURRA alumni, local Indigenous entrepreneurs and the next generation of business leaders. The panel will be followed by light refreshments.
As part of Spark! Festival, Futures.edu will hosting a one-day symposium exploring entrepreneurial education in Australia. Associate Professor Michelle Evans will present a keynote on Indigenous Entrepreneurship.
Do you want to learn more about local government procurement processes and opportunities?
As part of our Eora Journey Economic Development Plan, the City of Sydney is committed to ensuring support and capacity building for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses in our local area.
Join us the UNSW Business School for their 2016 Community Forum part of Indigenous Business Month. In our forum you will enjoy talks by our speakers, followed by yarning circles exploring the challenges and opportunities across the strengthening Indigenous Business Sector. With afternoon tea served by Jo Wolles, Goanna Hut.
Established as a forum for business owners and leaders, finance professionals, researchers and policymakers, the Indigenous Accounting and Business Conference encourages the exchange of information and knowledge related to the impact of financial and business skills and their role in Indigenous success.