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NAIDOC 2016: Australia's first Indigenous Start-up Weekend aims to empower young business minds

By Administrator | 11 July 2016

"Young Indigenous people will be encouraged to make their mark and create a ripple effect at Australia's first Indigenous Start-up Weekend next month. Brisbane will host the not-for-profit event, which will run day and night for 54 hours and teach participants the pitching process, networking and basic business practices. Founder Dean Foley, a Kamilaroi man who grew up in the Aboriginal community in Gunnedah, New South Wales, hopes the weekend will encourage Indigenous entrepreneurship." Read more

Jessica Hinchliffe ABC News 8 July 2016


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