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Morrgul Aboriginal Business Forum

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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Proudly hosted by Morrgul, the Aboriginal Small Business Forum will give Aboriginal small business owners and budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to hear from a number of successful Aboriginal business people.

The one-day forum will be held in Broome on Tuesday 9th October and masterclasses on Wednesday 10th October. Further masterclasses will take place over the following couple of weeks in Derby, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek and Kununurra. See dates below.

Morrgul’s Aboriginal Small Business Forum and Masterclasses will bring together Aboriginal small business owners and guest speakers to share their stories, insights and practical tips for developing Aboriginal businesses in the Kimberley.

Keynote Speakers:

The keynote speakers will share the program with interactive business owner panels and other special guests from across Australia.

Dr Robert Francis Isaacs

AM OAM PhD Chair of the Aboriginal Lands Trust and a highly respected Aboriginal leader who has spent his career helping Aboriginal people achieve self-determination.

Terri Janke

Solicitor Director of Terri Janke and Company, an Indigenous law firm that empowers clients to achieve success in business and innovation.

Mayrah Sonter

Co-founder and Co-director of 33 Creative. She is an accomplished television host, MC, board director, businesswoman and mentor.

Kim Collard

CEO of Kulbardi, Australia’s largest Aborginal workplace supplier and Director of Kooya Fleet Solutions, Australia’s only Aboriginal fleet management company.

Forum
Date: Tuesday, 9th October
Time: 8am to 5pm followed by complimentary drinks from 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Mercure Hotel – Portlight Room, 79 Weld Street Broome
Cost: $25 per ticket

Masterclass Series

Broome 10th October

Procurement

Bush Product

Tourism

Derby 17th October

Pastoral

Tourism

Fitzroy Crossing 18th October

Bush Product

Tourism

Halls Creek 23rd October

Bush Product

Kununurra 25th October

Bush Product

Tourism

There is no cost to attend the masterclasses

To attend the masterclasses contact Kevin Tucker at kevin.tucker@morrgul.com.au

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