Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations conference

Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations conference 2012

Welcome to the second annual Indigenous Business and Enterprise Conference hosted by the UWA Business School Centre for Social Impact.

This conference will bring together a cross-section of people from different backgrounds to share and discuss their knowledge from the various sectors that are responsible for creating exciting and new economic opportunities for Indigenous people and their communities.

Karajarri Rangers on country

Traditional Owners, Lenny Hopiga and Nyapru Rose on country

Indigenous leaders, business people and researchers from across Australia will explore the exciting opportunities being opened up by Indigenous business, enterprise and corporations.

About the IBEC conference

Key speakers include:

  • Peter Collier, Minister for Indigenous Affairs, WA Government
  • Ben Wyatt, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Native Title
  • Jody Broun, Co-Chair, National Congress of Australia‚Äôs First Peoples
  • Marcia Langton, Chair, Australian Indigenous Studies, University of Melbourne
  • Neil Willmett, CEO, Willmett Group, President, Indigenous Business Council of Australia, Editor-in-Chief, Aboriginal Business Magazine, Director, NANA Australia
  • Natalie Walker, CEO, Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council
  • Gail Reynolds-Adamson, Owner, Kepa Kurl Enterprises Pty Ltd; Board Member, Indigenous Business Australia
  • Richard O'Connell, Head, Community and Indigenous Affairs, BHP Billiton Iron Ore
  • Kevin Hindle, CEO, Mentor Entrepreneurship Group
  • Paul Rosair, Director General, Regional Development and Lands
  • David Flanagan, Executive Chairman, Atlas Iron Ore
  • Post-dinner speaker: Warwick Thornton, writer / director / director of photography


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