Morrgul News

Meet our new Morrgul CEO

Monday, July 23, 2018

The Morrgul board of directors is pleased to announce that Kaylene Hunter has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer. Kaylene, a Bardi woman from the Kimberley, is a qualified lawyer and has previously worked for Senator Patrick Dodson, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and has significant experience working in legal and community based organisations. Kaylene is currently studying a Masters of Business Law and she brings a wealth of experience in policy, communications and strategy to Morrgul’s team. Kaylene’s key priority is to secure further funding to sustain Morrgul into the long term.

Outgoing Managing Director, Melissa Hartmann, has welcomed Kaylene to the role as part of Morrgul’s objective to have local Aboriginal people leading the organisation.

“I am excited to see Kaylene take on the role and I am keen to see her bring a fresh new approach, new energy and her knowledge and network to Morrgul’s operations”, said Melissa, who is taking on a new role as Manager Aboriginal Economic Development at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. “The future of Morrgul is in great hands”.

Morrgul continues to successfully implement business support for Aboriginal business across the Kimberley, and Procurement Advisory Services across Regional WA.

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Morrgul Aboriginal Business Forum

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

CLICK HERE TO GET THE TICKET   Proudly hosted by Morrgul, the Aboriginal Small Business Forum will give Aboriginal small business owners and budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to hear from
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Meet our new Morrgul CEO

Monday, July 23, 2018

The Morrgul board of directors is pleased to announce that Kaylene Hunter has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer. Kaylene, a Bardi woman from the Kimberley, is a qualified lawyer
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New WA Aboriginal Procurement Policy & Expo!

Friday, February 23, 2018

Have you heard about the Aboriginal Procurement Policy which was announced by the Minister for Finance on 19 December 2017 and is due to commence on 1 July 2018?  This
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Morrgul “Winning Tenders” Workshop coming to you soon!

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Following successful workshops in Broome and Fitzroy Crossing, Morrgul’s Procurement Advisory Services is offering free “Winning Tenders” procurement and tendering skill building workshops to Aboriginal business around Regional WA. Learn
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Morrgul Procurement Workshops Hit the Road!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Morrgul’s Procurement Advisory Services is offering free “Winning Tenders” procurement and tendering skill building workshops to Aboriginal business around Regional WA. Learn about WA State and local government tendering processes,
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Aboriginal Business Forum

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

More than 30 people attended the Aboriginal Business Forum in Albany last week including our Business Development Manager Kevin Tucker. Many opportunities are coming out of the event and Morrgul
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Morrgul celebrates 3 years & over 70 new Aboriginal Business Startups

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Morrgul has been operating now for three years, and in this time we have started over 70 new Aboriginal businesses across the Kimberley. Of these new businesses, 90% of them
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Morrgul partners with Nexia Perth and Jackson MacDonald Legal Services

Thursday, December 3, 2015

We are pleased to announce that Morrgul has a relationship with accounting firm Nexia Perth and Jackson MacDonald Lawyers to provide our clients with access to the best accounting and
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Morrgul’s new office!

Thursday, December 3, 2015

We’ve recently moved our office down to Old Broome, and can be found at 13 Walcott Street (corner of Barker Street). Feel free to drop in for a chat about
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Like us on Facebook!

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Check out the Morrgul Facebook page! Follow Morrgul on Facebook by liking our page… your posts won’t appear on our page, but you will receive some of our notices about
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