The Morning Sky Project are workshops for Indigenous women in business. It is a collaboration of Murawin and IBA and designed to support participants to validate their business ideas and establish a business model, in a culturally embracing and peer learning environment.
Our business info sessions are for business minded individuals to generate a discussion on ways and means to start a business. IBA are hosting a number of free business workshops throughout August, in partnership with the Victoria Small Business Festival 2018.
IBA has FREE home ownership information sessions across the country! We can explain how you can obtain a home loan with us. Find out what sessions we have happening in a town nearest to you and your mob.
Speech by ILC and IBA Chair Eddie Fry National Native Title Conference, June 2017 The theme of this conference; Our Land is our Birth Right: MABO25 & Beyond, is a call to action to us all. To me that call is loud and clear – we must move from a circumstance where Indigenous Australians speak […]
Chair Eddie Fry delivers speech at the Making Native Title Assets Work in the Marketplace conference
Native title provides the potential for traditional owners to become a powerhouse in the economy to build businesses on a large scale that could be transformative, both for Indigenous people and the Australian economy. As an emerging sector however, there remain challenges to overcome and unmet potential to reach.
Chair Eddie Fry delivers a speech about the Indigenous Estate to Garma festival attendees.
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 […]
Do you run an Indigenous business or would you like to get started? Want to know how to unlock government procurement opportunities?
Are you doing great work in your community? Do you think your Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander-led organisation deserves recognition? Why not throw your hat in the ring for the 2016 Indigenous Governance Awards?
New tool to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to establish strong, independent and enduring economic foundations.