Barayamal is hosting it's first meetup event at The MYX in West End, Brisbane! The MYX is a community space for everyone, which is located directly below the Barayamal Centre of Entrepreneurship.
Everyone is welcome to attend this networking event, which will include a few fun ice-breakers so everyone gets the opportunity to meet new people, have fun and network!
Register now --> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-nations-business-meet-up-networking-event-tickets-48859712716?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
P.S. Free nibbles & drinks will be provided by Barayamal & our supporters.
For the next First Nations Founders Meetup, Founder of Barayamal and IDX Entrepreneurship 2017 Winner Dean Foleywill have a yarn with leading Indigenous Supply Chain Procurement Specialist Murray Saylor, Managing Director of Tagai Management Consultants.
Murray is of Torres Strait Islander descent whose family originates from Darnley Island (Erub) located in the Eastern cluster of the Torres Strait. Murray realised at a young age he wanted to challenge negative stereotypes about Indigenous Australians and create his own destiny. The next phase of Murray’s journey is to share knowledge with others, and facilitate empowering partnerships with people, communities and businesses creating their own destiny...
First Nations Founders Meetup connects, educates, and supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Founders, Innovators and Leaders by running a monthly meetup event so you can network and hear inspiring stories, learn valuable insights into strategies and tactics that work, and what mistakes to avoid from people with real-world experience.
Stay up-to-date with our meetups and come along to network, collaborate and learn.
*Everyone is welcome to attend*
Calling all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entrepreneurs and Professionals!
Agile business development techniques are increasingly becoming an essential skill needed to understand and actively apply in your business or workplace. When applied correctly, agile methods can have a transformational effect, improving collaboration between teams and stakeholders.
In this course, you will learn practical day-to-day techniques you can instantly apply.
- The principles and behaviours to help you become Agile
- Agile techniques, which includes developing user stories and acceptance criteria, planning, estimation, risk mitigation and monitoring.
What you will learn:
- How to create a culture of continuous improvement
- How to foster collaboration and engagement
- How to respond to change
- How to deliver value more often
*Limited spots available to attend.*
Join us for the first CoderDojo First Nations Information Session in Brisbane (you can join us virtually/online via Facebook at 4:30pm).
The information session consists of a presentation followed by questions. Join now to hear more about CoderDojo First Nations and how you can have a coding club in your community or volunteer as a mentor to teach Indigenous youth how to code.
You will gain greater insight into the awesome work of Barayamal and how we can work together to make a real difference. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CoderDojo First Nations is an initiative of Barayamal, Australia's Indigenous Business Accelerator - now known as a world leader in Indigenous Entrepreneurship.
Barayamal is excited to launch the "First Nations Founders Meetup" in Brisbane. Linda Ryle, President of the Indigenous Lawyers Association of Queensland will be having a yarn with the Founder of Barayamal, Dean Foley about his business journey and what he's learned so far. The event will begin with networking, followed by the interview and questions from attendees.
First Nations Founders Meetup inspires, promotes and supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to meet and network once a month to hear inspiring yarns from First Nations Founders (Entrepreneurs).
Learn valuable insights into strategies and tactics that work and what mistakes to avoid. Stay up-to-date with our meetups and come along to network, collaborate and learn.
*Everyone is welcome to attend*
eMentoring is an online (and in person) mentoring platform supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals by connecting them with industry experts to receive mentoring and support to overcome career problems or challenges.
According to the latest government employment study, the Indigenous unemployment rate is currently 21%, an increase of 4.3 percentage points since 2008, and is 4 times the current non-Indigenous unemployment rate of 5%.
By mentoring and support Indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals to achieve their career goals, we could help re-shape these statistics and our communities.
eMentoring is an initiative of Barayamal, Australia's Indigenous Business Accelerator - now know as a world leader in Indigenous Entrepreneurship.