Applications for the next intake of the Melbourne Business School’s MURRA Indigenous Master Class Program are closing soon.
The Chair of IBA Dr Dawn Casey welcomes the bipartisan approach taken by both sides of the House and Chamber following the Prime Minister’s speech last week on Closing the Gap.
NAIDOC Week is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. It’s a time to acknowledge our Indigenous artists, scholars, sportspeople, elders, community members and more.
A lifelong love of pulling things apart prompted Kristy to start her own business ownership within the construction industry. Spending 18 months researching the viability of her idea she and husband Jo approached IBA’s Business Development and Assistance Program for business support.
Highly respected for his innovative fusion of Asian and European cuisine with Indigenous flavours, Clayton Donovan is now sharing his passion for native foods and sustainable food practices with a new audience.
In December 2013, the Minister for Indigenous Affairs Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion announced a review into Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) and the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC). The review is being conducted by consulting firm Ernst and Young.
A deep passion for his traditional lands, and an understanding of their cultural and spiritual significance to the Adnyamathanha people, made the formal signing of a joint venture agreement with IBA on country a deeply emotional experience for Vince Coulthard.
The Pathway to Prosperity Forum held recently in Sydney provided an opportunity for Indigenous organisations nationwide to discuss a strategy for a sustainable economic future.
IBA announces a ground-breaking initiative to assist and enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander self-management and self-sufficiency.