During the holiday season, IBA will close at the end of the working day on Friday 22 December 2017 and will reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2018. From the Board and staff at Indigenous Business Australia we wish you all the best for the holiday season and a happy new year.
The IBA Annual Report 2016–17 is now available. We invite you to read about the outcomes of our core activities in the last financial year.
Presented by our Board, the IBA Corporate Plan articulates our vision, purpose and strategic pathways towards 2021.
Has your home or business been adversely impacted by Cyclone Debbie and the recent storms in North Queensland? If you have an IBA home or business loan, we may be able to help. Please call 1800 064 800 for assistance.
IBA launched an important survey this week on our home loan process. Feedback received will provide valuable input to how we service the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community today and in the future.
IBA’s Rockhampton office has now closed, however this will not result in any disruption of services which will now be managed by our Brisbane office. For any enquiries please contact IBA on 1800 107 107 or email us.
IBA staff from the Adelaide and Perth offices are relocating premises and this may result in some minor disruptions to office operations. We thank you for your understanding during this time.
The imperative to drive economic growth has traditionally been central to our national interest debate. However, Indigenous Australia has largely been excluded from these discussions. Instead, the discussions tend to revolve around what could be ‘fixed’ for Indigenous Australia.
A generation of Indigenous leaders has argued passive welfare is destructive to dignity, and that long term economic empowerment must be built through employment and entrepreneurial activity.
Presented by our Board, the IBA Corporate Plan articulates our vision, purpose and strategic pathways towards 2020.
On behalf of the two organisations I chair—the Indigenous Land Corporation and Indigenous Business Australia—I would like to extend a warm welcome to you all and thank you for joining us at this year’s NAIDOC Breakfast. Before going on, I first pay my respects to the Traditional Owners, the Larrakia people, and their elders past […]