About this Event
Joint Ventures are particularly useful when the two parties have similar goals and value systems but different resources and different skill strengths. For example, a small-medium Indigenous enterprise with a focus on Indigenous employment might link up with a larger enterprise wishing to engage with the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP). Combined, there can be a clear sense of purpose and a stronger set of resources.
IPP and JV opportunities
The Commonwealth Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) presents new opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs and organisations. Some of the biggest winners from the IPP are joint ventures.
Topics covered in the workshop
Overview and opportunities of JVs.
Black cladding issues and JVs.
Building solid foundations.
Intellectual property and branding.
Indigenous cultural and intellectual property.
Sharing stories, case studies and scenarios.
Take-away points, including a checklist for Indigenous businesses.
Presented by one of the Terri Janke & Co team. Terri Janke is lawyer and businesswoman. She has been running her own law firm for more than 18 years and now has a team of 12 staff. The firm expertise includes commercial law, intellectual property, governance, employment, mediation and business mentoring.To find out more, download a copy of our Indigenous joint ventures information guide or come along to one of our workshops.