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Latest IBA newsletter out now

Latest IBA newsletter out now

Posted 01 November 2023

Our recent e-newsletter was an Indigenous Business Month special. Although we were bidding farewell to the month, we wanted one last chance to celebrate all things Indigenous business.

Read the e-newsletter here

The edition includes:

  • Yarn with Indigenous Business Month founder Michelle Evans - Our intern Zenae caught up with Michelle to find out the inspiration for this year's theme, and the plans for the future.
  • 'How I run my business' video story - Owner of Mack Construction NT, Arrernte man Reuben Mack, generously shares his experience as a business owner, and some very relatable and valuable tips.
  • Our IBA - Meet Claire from our Business Solutions team and find out more about her, and why she works for IBA.
  • Gathering for prosperity - IBA Chair Eddie Fry in Forbes Australia, discusses the thriving Indigenous business sector and the importance of Indigenous procurement.
  • My business journey - Another inspiring video story. Ben said no to kunbang (poison, alcohol) a few years ago. Watch him tell how his personal sober lifestyle journey inspired his business, Kakadu Kitchen.
  • Results and strategy - Links to the newly published Annual Report 2022-23, and our Corporate Plan 2023-24 and Strategy Towards 2028.
  • Connecting safely - how to stay safe online.
  • Free workshops and new 'Monday Mingle' noticeboard.
  • Out and About - photos of IBA at events during Indigenous Business Month.

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