Following the completion of the Barayamal Accelerator program, our Indigenous entrepreneurs will present their businesses at the demo day event.

Enjoy listening to their inspiring pitches and a panel discussion on First Nations Entrepreneurship.


Currency Print And Corporate Communications

Aboriginal owned and operated print manufacturer with a National footprint providing design, print, marketing and distribution products and services

Alinga Energy Consulting

Research, feasibility, design, audits and training in the area of renewable energy and microgrids, with a particular focus on off-grid applications such as remote Indigenous communities and islands.

Aunty I’s Wellbeing Centre

Aunty I’s is committed to delivering high-quality services for women and girls who are struggling within themselves, through a holistic form of healing – mind, body, spirit & connection.

Active Support

Mentors young people on the Autism Spectrum who are isolated to find connection and purpose in their community and achieve their goals.


Software for enterprises, and a mobile app platform that integrates to a digital identification card.

Wala Connections

Exists to deepen all peoples connections to self, culture and country through creative expression, storytelling, dance and wellbeing practices.

Panel Discussion

What is Indigenous Entrepreneurship?

Indigenous Entrepreneurship is a way of being and doing that is different in a lot of ways compared to Western Entrepreneurship, although it is similar to social entrepreneurship which is increasing in Western societies. The biggest difference between Indigenous and Western culture is that Indigenous people prioritise the best interest of the community, while Western cultures generally prioritise the individuals best interest.

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