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On Tuesday December 6th, we hosted a very special event focused on supporting Emerging Aboriginal Business in the region.

Featuring former Scrap Metal frontman John Albert, performing live, with special guest Broken Tides performing live at the sundowner

Attendees heard from our Education and Employment Director and former Richmond Tiger and West Coast Eagle, Jarrad Oakley Nicholls, who delivered an exclusive breakout session on high performance and his transition from the AFL to successful 100% Aboriginal business owner.

Proudly supported by Roy Hill, Rio Tinto, Seven West, Aussie Broadband SEN KDCCI, PIBNG and IEBF events, this event was free for any Aboriginal person or Aboriginal emerging business wanting insights on the market. 

Cover artwork by Judith Coppin

About IEBF

Helping Indigenous owned-and-operated businesses to grow and thrive.

Indigenous Emerging Business Forum is a not-for-profit organisation that focuses on encouraging and assisting employment and business development opportunities for First nations peoples. One of our key objectives is to bridge the digital divide, allowing for greater access to information and technology for community and economic development. 

IEBF’s vision is to grow economic and social wellbeing objectives by creating a forum of cutting-edge technology, business development, corporate networking, business advice and network introductions to encourage growth in Indigenous owned and operated business. The forum is designed to help and support Indigenous businesses to grow network and advance opportunities.

If you would like your business to be registered with IEBF and certified on the Aboriginal Business Directory WA, complete our membership registration form.

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Do you have a project or community initiative? IEBF can help.

The key objective of IEBF is to encourage and assist Indigenous business development by bridging the digital divide for greater access to information and technology which we believe will drive community economic development. Some of the issues we are working on are accessibility, affordability, digital skills, infrastructure, connectivity, training and technology. Get in touch today to find out more.

Thank you to our 2022 Roy Hill IEBF Perth Conference Sponsors

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