What can be learned from First Australian practices and how can non-Indigenous business successfully collaborate with First nations peoples.
The Indigenous business sector is one of the fastest growing in Australia. Founded on respect, structures and protocols that put people and culture first, there is much that non-Indigenous businesses can learn from First Australian enterprise, particularly when looking at models that create positive social impact.
Join us for The Refinery TALKS First Enterprise where Indigenous business leader Leesa Watego of Iscariot Media will facilitate a conversation with Helena Gulash Kabi Kabi Elder and Indigenous Arts and Cultural Management consultant, David Williams of Gilimbaa, and Mundanara Bayles of BlackCard to explore the principles and processes of First Nations enterprise. What makes it unique? What can be learned from First Australian practices and how can non-Indigenous business successfully collaborate with First Nations peoples.
Kabi Kabi Country is no exception with its outstanding line up of First Australian enterprises and the evening will be hosted at Beachtree Distillery Co, producers of native botanical spirits.
Ticket price of $25 (ex GST) plus booking fee include drink on arrival and grazing table.
The Refinery Talks is presented by The Refinery as a part of the 2022 creative business incubator program, an initiative of the Sunshine Coast Council, SunCentral & the MET, Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance, sponsored by Walker Corporation and delivered proudly in 2022 by IMPACT BOOM.