EVENT: Breakfast by the Bay
|Breakfast by the Bay : Building the Indigenous economy: The vital role of business and enterprise
Recent years have witnessed significant growth of
Indigenous businesses and community enterprises around
Australia. Native Title agreements are providing new
opportunities to transform economic and social outcomes
for Traditional Owners and Indigenous communities.
This breakfast brings together a panel of Indigenous
leaders to examine the state of the Indigenous economy
in Australia and consider how new opportunities can be
created and built upon to improve economic and social
outcomes for Indigenous people.
The panel will consider issues surrounding the balancing
of cultural values and economic opportunities and the
role the corporate sector and governments can play
in enhancing the environment for growth. It will also
consider the barriers faced by Indigenous businesses and
the challenges of transforming the benefits of Native Title
agreements into sustainable opportunities.
This breakfast coincides with the UWA Business School
Centre for Social Impactís 2012 Indigenous Business,
Enterprise and Corporations Conference being held on
campus on December 3 and 4.
Price: Members $45 / Guests $55 / Table of Ten $450
Price includes a two-course, sit-down breakfast and panel discussion.
Prof. Colleen Hayward: Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Equity and Indigenous, Edith Cowan University. Ms Natalie Walker: CEO Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council, Director of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre. Prof. Marcia Langton AM: Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at The University of Melbourne. Mr Neil Willmett; Group CEO, Willmett Group and Director of NANA Australia.
The University Club Banquet Hall
: 08 6488 8770
Tue, 04 Dec 2012 07:00
Tue, 04 Dec 2012 09:00
RSVP is required.
Jessica Wright <[email protected]>
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