Dean is the founder of Australia’s first indigenous startup weekend and Barayamal (Black Swan), Australia’s first Indigenous run accelerator for indigenous businesses.

Meet Dean Foley, a 27-year-old Kamilaroi man and the founder of Australia’s first Indigenous Startup Weekend and Barayamal an Indigenous startup accelerator to showcase Indigenous entrepreneurs.

After finishing Year 12, Dean left his hometown of Gunnedah in rural NSW to join the RAAF.

“The RAAF was an awesome experience but when I learnt about Richard Branson and entrepreneurship I discovered my real interest is in business. So I decided to pursue my dream career of becoming an ‘Entrepreneur.’”

“I rushed into the business world with a ton of enthusiasm, I was fortunate enough to run into a business guru who gave me greater clarity about what I wanted to achieve, which has allowed me to enjoy the process/journey,” Dean said. [Read More…]

Source: https://idxawards.org.au/meet-the-founder-of-australias-first-indigenous-start-up-weekend/

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