After buying their first home through IBA, Naomi and John Bonson harnessed their sense of empowerment to pursue educational and career opportunities that have increased their earning capacity and created lifestyle choices.
Are you starting up a business? If so you’ve most likely finalised your business and marketing plans and secured your finance, equipment and premises. But have you secured one of your most valuable assets — your Intellectual Property (IP)?
From an early age Wendy learned as a track and field athlete the importance of setting goals to achieve her personal best. As a businesswoman she has also learned that sometimes those goals shift and being successful can mean shifting with them.
The Matjarra range of food products is the manifestation of a shared vision by Ron, Juliet and Nigel, who established their business as both a commercial enterprise and a way to encourage economic independence and sustainability among South Australia’s Indigenous families and communities.
Having left behind a 30 year career in the public service, Jo Donovan is relishing working side-by-side with her children in their award-winning catering business.
The reopening of the Laverton grocery store in WA has provided the local Indigenous community with access to a broader selection of fresh produce, along with employment, training and development opportunities.
IBA is helping Indigenous businesses gain supply chain opportunities in the infrastructure and resources sectors through a new collaborative initiative.
Whether you are seeking entry-level business and legal knowledge, or just looking to update your existing knowledge, Law Way: Indigenous Business and the Law could make all the difference to your business.
Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) CEO Chris Fry was a keynote speaker at the 6th Indigenous Economic Forum ‘Taking Care of Business’ in Alice Springs this week.