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The Roy Hill IEBF 2023 sets the benchmark on employment and business development opportunities for First Nations peoples. All proceeds go towards supporting IEBF to support Aboriginal businesses in WA. This year’s event theme is Celebrating Our Women.

The Roy Hill IEBF 2023 will be hosted on Friday 8 September from 2pm until late at RAC Arena on Wellington St in Boorloo (Perth). The program will be available on our website from Monday 21 August.

Tickets are available now from Ticketek – but be quick, they’re selling out fast!

Absolutely. Tables seat 10 people and we have two options available:

  1. VIP Table – Buy One, Donate One: This option is $4,800 and enables you to buy a table of 10 for you, then donate a second table and tradeshow booth to our mob. When selecting this option, you’ll receive a tax deductible donation invoice which you can claim in next year’s tax return.
  2. Corporate Reserve Tables: This option is $2,450.

Commencing at 2pm, this event presents Australia’s largest Aboriginal trade show where you’ll explore a sea of business booths, each showcasing the entrepreneurial talent and creativity of our Aboriginal community. From 5:00pm onwards, you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner while experiencing inspiring speakers, entertainment, awards, and sensational live music from Baker Boy (ARIA Album of the Year 2022) and the 2023 Australian Idol winner, Royston Noell.

This year we’re accepting nominations for seven prestigious categories:
  1. Business of the Year
  2. Businesswoman of the Year
  3. Community Ambassador
  4. Outstanding Impact
  5. Sports Ambassador
  6. Supplier Diversity – Indigenous Procurement
  7. Young Entrepreneur of the Year
The winners will each take home a trophy plus some fantastic prizes. Visit our Award Nomination page now to submit your entry.

Emerging and developing Aboriginal businesses are invited to exhibit at the tradeshow and attend the evening event free of charge, while established Aboriginal businesses are asked to pay a small fee which goes back into helping other up-and-coming businesses. This is the fourth year that emerging and developing Aboriginal businesses can exhibit for free, and we have donated over 300 booths and 800 seats to date! This initiative is enabled through a grant provided by our not-for-profit organisation, Indigenous Emerging Business Forum (IEBF). IEBF is self-funded and receives no government contributions, instead relying heavily on our industry partnerships, valued event sponsors,
and public donations to subsidise our important work in the community.

We love to welcome new event partners and have a range of affordable packages available. To request a prospectus, please get in touch.

As a self-funded charitable organisation, we sincerely appreciate donations of any amount. To make a tax deductible donation to IEBF and help support our mob with business and community initiatives, please get in touch.

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