Business Support – Dampier Peninsula
The sealing of the Cape Leveque Road will really ‘open up’ the Dampier Peninsula. The benefits of easier access through the wet season, coupled with increased economic opportunities have been balanced against increased visitor numbers and the impacts on cultural sites, food stocks and community and visitor safety.
Morrgul has a contract with the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development (DPIRD) to support Aboriginal people establish and grow successful businesses in the Dampier Peninsula region. The DPIRD contract, titled “Dampier Peninsula Activation Programme” will directly support communities, family groups and individuals. The aim is to build new and grow existing enterprises to capitalise on more visitation to the Dampier Peninsula. Businesses will also be able to take advantage of the new infrastructure and amenities to be built, effectively unlocking the economic business opportunities arising from the sealing of the road.
Morrgul’s goal will be to assist clients to fulfil their economic aspirations and gain economic independence.
Existing businesses will receive support to capitalise on opportunities
New businesses will be identified and viability assessed
Services Provided By Morrgul
- Support for new & existing businesses on the Dampier Peninsula
- Business planning for your new or existing business
- Grant applications for funding projects
- Assistance starting up and implementing new businesses on the Peninsula
- Business mentoring and support
- Bookkeeping support for start-up businesses
Procurement Advisory Service
Are you an aboriginal business owner?
Want to know more about supplying goods or services to government agencies?
Morrgul can help your business make the most of the opportunities.
july 202The Western Australian Government encourages its agencies to buy goods and services from registered Aboriginal businesses where possible, to grow the economy and create jobs for Aboriginal people.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development works with Morrgul to support the Aboriginal Procurement Advisory Service. This service helps Aboriginal businesses access procurement opportunities across regional Western Australia.
IMPORTANT GOVERNMENT POLICY CHANGES IMPACTING ABORIGINAL BUSINESS
Have you heard about the changes to the Aboriginal Procurement Policy which was announced by the Minister for Finance on 1 July 2021? This Policy includes mandatory targets for Government contracting with Aboriginal businesses and will create new opportunities for the Aboriginal business sector.
Additionally, there have been changes to the State Supply Commission’s Open and Effective Competition policy. In simple terms, these changes make it easier for government agencies to buy goods and services from Aboriginal businesses directly. This “procurement flexibility” enables Local and State Government procurement officers the ability to request a quote or tender response from an Aboriginal business without going out to a competitive tender process. However, an Aboriginal business must be registered on the Aboriginal Business Directory WA to be eligible to participate.
Visit the Government of Western Australia website for details on the Aboriginal Business Initiative. https://www.wa.gov.au/government/publications/general-procurement-direction-202108-aboriginal-procurement-policy
Services Provided By Morrgul
Morrgul can help you find and win new business opportunities within the government and industry. This includes assistance with building capacity in:
- Marketing and promotion (such as helping you develop a Capability Statement)
- Support through the procurement processes and helping identify opportunities (direct advice and through weekly posts on our Facebook page)
- Support in preparing Tender opportunities
- Registering your business with procurement directories
- Forming joint venture partnerships
Make sure you follow our Facebook page where the latest tender opportunities are posted each week.
Business Capability Building Service
The State government recognise that employment and wealth creation are key to economic independence. By supporting Aboriginal businesses to compete for more government contracts and setting targets for the percentage of contracts to be awarded to Aboriginal businesses each year, a message has been sent to both Aboriginal businesses and tender initiating agencies. However, the setting of targets alone isn’t enough.
To help build the capacity of Aboriginal businesses to tender for government contracts, Morrgul Pty Ltd was awarded the Aboriginal Business capability Building Services Contract for the Kimberley.
Services Provided by Morrgul
Develop Your Tendering Skills
Morrgul has developed an online training course to help Aboriginal businesses to:
- Effectively respond to quotes and tenders
- Understand the procurement process
- Understand the principles of pricing and costing
The course is free and can be completed at your own pace. Just look for the Training section on the website.
However, if you need one-on-one help getting through the contents of the course, just contact us and we will help you to get through it to make sure you are ready to take up new opportunities for business growth.
We also provide support to help you develop your business and your business opportunities.
We post tender information a couple of times most weeks on our Facebook page of new opportunities so make sure you follow us at https://www.facebook.com/MorrgulBroome/
We will also contact you by email if you have provided us with your details and information about the type of contract you are looking to secure. Just register your details through our Contact Us page with a brief message on the type of contracts you are looking for, and we’ll contact you when opportunities come up.
- Identify, monitor and target growth opportunities for your business
- Market your business
- Understand the market in which your business operates
The course is free, so just register to get a password and complete at your own pace, However, if you need more support, please contact us.
One of the basics of successful businesses is good governance. Our online course will help you develop good internal systems and processes, measurement tools and stakeholder and customer engagement strategies. You will find the link to Training on this website.
However, if you need more support or specific help, contact us by email or phone.
Getting contracts is a major win but making sure you deliver what the contract requires and managing your obligations are equally important for the long term growth of your business.
Morrgul can help you to develop:
- Effective contract management practices
- Managing contractual obligations and requirements
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