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Hon. Selena Uibo MLA confirmed to speak at the upcoming Indigenous Economic Development Summit

02 Apr 2019 1:38 PM | Sonia Harvey (Administrator)

Energy Club NT are proud to be a supporting partner of this years Indigenous Economic Development Summit being held in Darwin 15-17 May.

The Hon. Selena Uibo MLA, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Education and Workforce Training, NT Government has been confirmed to speak at the upcoming Indigenous Economic Development Summit (15-17 May | Darwin)

Joining her will be over 30 of the most experienced and influential thought leaders from Government, industry, land councils and the wider Indigenous community. The summit will showcase some of the most effective strategies to expand the Indigenous business sector and advance economic opportunities.

Key topics to be covered include:

  • ·         Government initiatives to advance Indigenous economic development: Hon Warren Snowdon MP, Eddie Fry and various Federal and State departments will explore policies and plans to boost the Indigenous business sector and increasing Indigenous engagement and participation through government procurement processes.
  • ·         Case studies on successful Indigenous start-ups and enterprise: Leverage lessons from successful entrepreneurs and discover effective strategies to build capability in Aboriginal businesses.
  • ·         Strategies to boost Indigenous employment and build impactful partnerships: In-depth discussions on how organisations can increase Indigenous employment and create strong partnerships with government and Aboriginal corporations to deliver better outcomes for Indigenous communities.
  • ·         Initiatives to boost economic development on local Aboriginal land: National Native Title Council and various land authorities across NT, WA, QLD and VIC will discuss boosting Indigenous industry development and commercial land development on local Aboriginal land.

Visit http://www.ied.aventedge.com/ for more information or register now here: http://elm.aventedge.com/ied-reg


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