Barayamal Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp

Barayamal’s Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp is for aspiring Aboriginal Entrepreneurs in Victoria, which will provide world-class content, mentoring, workshops and training to kick-start your entrepreneurial journey.

Who’s it for?

The Barayamal Pre-Accelerator Bootcamp is open to 15 Indigenous Australians based in Victoria who:

- have an interest in starting their own business

or

- are interested in learning key skills and methodologies that will take their business to the next level

or

- want to learn about startups and how businesses can benefit their community

Some Modules we’ll cover…

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Ideation

Develop creativity by identifying potential problems and effectively communicate ideas and solutions by pitching to other members (optional pitch).

What is a Startup?

Discover what a startup is and how to start your own "startup" (process and examples e.g. The Lean Startup Methology).

Start your own Startup

Using the tools and skills from Day 1 – participants have the opportunity to develop and validate their own business idea.

How to Pitch Workshop

30 min workshop on how to Pitch to investors and what to include in the pitch deck.

Facilitators

Dean Foley

Founder at Barayamal
Co-Facilitator

Dean served five years in the Royal Australian Air Force before founding Australia’s Indigenous business accelerator, Barayamal – now known as a world leader in Indigenous Entrepreneurship. Dean is an action-oriented entrepreneur, former Microsoft RAP Advisory Board Member, CSIRO STEM Award Winner, Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Entrepreneurship Award Winner, and proud Kamilaroi Man from Gunnedah, NSW.

Nicole Petrilli

Manager at KPMG Indigenous Services
Co-Facilitator

Nicole is a Manager at KPMG Indigenous Services, which aims to improve Indigenous social and economic development through connecting Indigenous businesses with the corporate and public-sector in Australia. Nicole is a results-driven professional with world-class communication skills that she is using to make a real difference in Indigenous communities.

Application Deadline: 1pm, 22 March 2019

Program Date: 28 – 29 March 2019

Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM (Thursday & Friday)

Location: KPMG Melbourne, Tower Two, Collins Square, 727 Collins St, Docklands VIC 3008

Schedule (link to runsheet)

 

Sponsors

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