Helen Martin is an Arrente woman with a passion for Aboriginal tourism and what she and her husband Trevor have created on Bremer Island is not to be missed! With permissions from the local Yolngu community, they run a beautiful eco-retreat on a pristine island off the coast of Arnhem Land.
Liandra Gaykamangu is a Yolngu woman who balances a business, Liandra Swim, with a growing family and believes that empowering women empower women further. We couldn’t agree more! Check out her record-breaking segment on SBS Small Business Secrets.
Robert Dann talks about how he expanded his Kimberley Cultural Adventures Broome business to new ventures with Bindam Mie where he transforms boab nuts into tea, oils and powder. Watch the SBS Small Business Secrets this month.
Bianca Stawiarski is a strong women with a gentle way. Her business Warida Wholistic Wellness was the first of a series of customers to be featured on SBS Small Business Secrets segments. The series will play each weekend from 12 Jan through 8 Feb.
A representative group of Futures Forum will share their insight at our NAIDOC Breakfast event in Canberra. Watch the recap video of the forum to be inspired by what our young Indigenous people can do.
Yugambeh woman April Atthews bought her first home with IBA after careful saving and shares three of her budgeting tips with you. Watch the video now.
$312 million in home loans, $52 million in business finance, 7.4% portfolio return to Indigenous co-investors – it’s been a busy year and we’re super proud of the results and what that means to all our customers!
“It was a pump your fist in the air moment!” said Alison Page about the Strong Women Strong Business Conference. Alison and IBA’s Stella de Cos talked to Warren Mundine on Mundine Means Business about the conference and how important it is to bring together the strength of our Indigenous women in Australia. Watch the broadcast now.
IBA’s Jyi Lawton and Rhea Stephenson spoke about Futures Forum on 98.9FM Let’s Talk this week. Listen to the podcast now.
The Wilpena Pound Resort in South Australia’s Ikara Flinders Ranges went from zero to 60% Aboriginal employment over the past five years, creating a substantial investment in the region that promotes job security, prosperity and opportunity. Watch the video now.