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Aboriginal Charity Partner

The First Nations Lottery is a goodwill project designed to raise funds for positive community development We’re partnering with organisations that can help promote our First Nations Lottery (charity raffle) internally and help raise more funding for positive community development.…
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The Guide to Fundraising – How to Raise Money at Work

In Australia, you can help Indigenous communities by helping Barayamal fundraising through raffles. Not only will this be a very productive fundraiser, but it will also be fun. We at Barayamal have created the First Nations Lottery as an easy…
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How to monetize your followers

Ever considered how you’re going to monetize your followers? The First Nations Lottery seeks partners who are interested in a symbiotic relationship. If you know someone who has a strong following, we want to hear from you! How many followers do you…
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How To Be An Indigenous Entrepreneur – From a First Nation Perspective

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is a landmark document that serves as international recognition of the rights of indigenous peoples worldwide, who are defined as belonging to any of the original peoples living in North…
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The Main Problems with Western Management & Control of Indigenous Funding

The main problem with Western management and control of Indigenous funding is that it assumes the ideology of a capitalist society, which has been a major contributor to the destruction and genocide of First Nations (FN). Western societies have attempted…
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A Snapshot of What It Looks Like: Volunteering with First Nations

2020’s Juukan Gorge disaster highlighted how very, very far Corporate Social Responsibility, or CSR, still has to go. It’s immensely frustrating for communities to see CSR pledges revealed as no more than PR stunts and lip service in such a…
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Indigipreneur Podcast

  • First Nations Entrepreneurship with Dean Foley
    Dean Foley is a Kamilaroi man who grew up within the Aboriginal community in Gunnedah, NSW. He is the founder of Barayamal, the first Indigenous Accelerator program, Barayamal – now known as…
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  • How a Navy Officer is now achieving his business goals after service
    Matthew Jones is a proud Torres Strait Islander, whose family hail from Erub Island located in the eastern cluster of the Torres Strait. An experienced Financial Professional…
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  • Indigenous tourism marketplace connects travellers with tourism companies
    Kayla Cartledge is a proud Gurrindji woman who grew up on Bunurong land on the Mornington Peninsula and recently launched a business called “Our…
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Aboriginal Entrepreneurship: The First Nations Perspective

The term “Aboriginal entrepreneurship” is a new one for some, but it’s not… Aboriginal people have been running economies and trading for centuries. While it may seem like Aboriginal people are just now becoming aware of their history as entrepreneurs,…
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Barayamal Newsletter 🌏 Feb 22

Creating a better world through First Nations EntrepreneurshipMorning Indigipreneurs & Allies Barayamal had a lot of success in the year 2021. We increased the number of First Nations entrepreneurs supported by our program, and we also saw more people attend events…
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Indigenous Procurement Policy

Commentary: Indigenous Procurement Policy Changes – What Stands to Change?

A new article claims MPs from both sides of the political divide have called for stricter criteria for First Nations (FN) businesses applying for federal contracts. The report is supposedly backed by Liberal and Labor MPs, calling for more rigorous criteria to…
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Stop including First Nations entrepreneurs and start supporting them

Inclusion is perceived to be more favourable than “supporting” First Nations (FN) people because the idea of support can be interpreted as favouring FN people, which might alienate their profitable customers. We need to change the way we think about…
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First Nations Entrepreneurship Assessment Tool

Are you running a First Nations or Western business? Take this very brief quiz to find out. All you need to do is answer whether each of the statements or questions best resonate with you. In Australia, First Nations (FN) people have…
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The World’s Indigenous Peoples Day: Celebrating First Nations Entrepreneurship

The world is full of people who are proud to call themselves first nations. These First Nations cultures and communities have survived for centuries, and now they’re thriving as entrepreneurs. Many First Nations people live in remote areas without access…
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Barayamal Open Letter to Australian Super Funds: What You Need to Know

To all Australian Super Funds, Barayamal, Australia’s Indigenous business accelerator, calls on you to commit 3% of your annual investments to First Nations businesses, starting now. The super industry in Australia is intended to grow the retirement savings of Australians,…
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Indigenous News Stories

Subscribe to the Indigipreneur newsletter to stay up-to-date with articles about Indigenous entrepreneurship! Stay in the loop The newsletter will help you stay up to date on all of the latest First Nations (FN) entrepreneurs so that you can leverage…
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First Nations Economic Summit

The decolonisation of Indigenous economies is an idea that’s been on the table for a long time, but it has yet to make its way into reality. It’s up to activists, entrepreneurs, academics, and politicians to push the agenda forward…
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Celebrating Indigenous Entrepreneurship | International Day of Indigenous Peoples

Join us in celebrating International Day of Indigenous Peoples! We have assembled a panel of Indigenous entrepreneurs and thought leaders to share their stories and discuss how we can create a better world through Indigenous entrepreneurship. Register now It’s a…
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Tax churches and give the money to the Indigenous nations they helped destroy

In 1493, Pope Alexander VI created the Doctrine of Discovery, which gave European explorers the right to claim any “discovered” lands. The Doctrine of Discovery was used by Western colonial governments to justify the genocide, enslavement, and oppression of indigenous people.…
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The fundamental flaws of Reconciliation Action Plans

What is a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)? A reconciliation action plan is a tool used to address the current inequality between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. A reconciliation action plan gives community groups, businesses, government departments,…
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IBM partners with Barayamal to drive Indigenous Entrepreneurship

Sydney, Australia, 26 May 2020: IBM has announced a new partnership with Indigenous charity, Barayamal, to support and drive Indigenous entrepreneurship in the technology sector. The partnership will see IBM work with Barayamal to help Indigenous Australians interested in a…
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5 Reasons To Attend A Charity Hackathon

Are you looking for a way to give back to your community and make a difference in someone’s life? Do you love to code? Would you like to spend a day in a fun and collaborative atmosphere, coding and designing…
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Example: Western vs Indigenous Entrepreneurship

Western entrepreneurship is a term that refers to the development of new businesses and products, by individuals or groups from western countries. It can be defined as an enterprise in which entrepreneurs are able to apply their skills, knowledge and…
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FUNDING INDIGENOUS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Dean Foley is the founder of the world’s first Indigenous- startup accelerator, Barayamal, or “Black Swan” in the Gamilaraay language. Our editors discussed venture capital, sustainable entrepreneurship, and black cladding in a wide-ranging interview with Foley. Prior to the colonisation…
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Changing your mindset can be the first step to creating a better world for everyone

To create a better world, we need to shift our mindsets. We need to change the way we see things and how we live our lives to be part of the solution. Are you ready to change the way you…
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First Nations Entrepreneurship

Indigenous Entrepreneurship vs Western Entrepreneurship

Summary Key Points: Societal values will affect how people run their businesses. For example, some cultures will value individualism more than others, so businesses may be more likely to focus on the individual rather than the collective (Individualism vs Community).Indigenous…
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2021 Barayamal Demo Day

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. Pitches: Currency Print And Corporate Communications…
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Barayamal Newsletter – Panel Discussion on First Nations Entrepreneurship

About This Event In celebration of diversity in tech, GA and Barayamal have brought together a panel of Indigenous entrepreneurs and thought leaders to share their perspectives, stories and experiences Indigenous Entrepreneurship in a candid conversation. Beginning with a presentation…
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Barayamal Newsletter

World’s first Indigenous Accelerator – now known as a world leader in First Nations Entrepreneurship Coming-Up What does Barayamal actually do? Despite the promising (re)growth of First Nations Entrepreneurship in Australia, after being locked out of Australia’s economy for almost…
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Issue 11 | Barayamal Digest

The Barayamal Digest is a monthly curated publication full of interesting and relevant links on Indigenous entrepreneurship. Government mismanagement blamed for closure of Aboriginal tourist attraction The creators of Australia’s longest-running Indigenous tourist attraction have blamed government mismanagement for the…
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Accounting for Creatives

Whether it’s staying compliant and getting your stuff ready for the tax man, starting a business, setting up a Xero, integrating third-party apps, day to day bookkeeping, payroll and more, Counting Clouds can help! Learn more Services At Counting Clouds…
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Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship and why it matters

Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship and why it matters

Original Article (LinkedIn) – please like & share! Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship and why it matters To understand why there are differences between Indigenous and Western Entrepreneurship and why it’s important, we need to understand that Indigenous people operate(d) differently…
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Quick Reflection 2020 – Barayamal

It was a challenging year but like our ancestors who adapted and thrived for millenniums, we continue to get stronger. Our work this year: ✅ Launched our first virtual accelerator which will allow us to scale and support more First…
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End of Year Review 2020

Dear Barayamal Family,  2020 was a challenging year for First Nations entrepreneurs but like our ancestors who’ve adapted and thrived in Australia for millenniums, we’ve come a long way and continue to get stronger. A massive thank you to all…
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Support Indigenous Entrepreneurship

Access to capital is the biggest challenge for Indigenous entrepreneurs and while venture capital firms continue to raise record amounts of cash for their billion-dollar funds, the median funding invested in Indigenous ventures remains $0. More than $1.6 billion was…
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Median funding invested in Indigenous ventures remains $0 while VC’s raise a record $1.4 billion this year

The push for diversity in venture capital is long overdue but like a lot of diversity campaigns, First Nations people are being overlooked by investors in Australia. According to Dean Foley, founder of the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator, who reached out…
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A national call to arms to Protect Indigenous Rights

A national call to arms to Protect Indigenous Rights

Original Article on LinkedIn – like & share Australian state and federal governments don’t agree on much: from the handling of COVID-19 to how we can thrive after our most recent recession but there’s one thing they seem to have…
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eBay Foundation supports Indigenous entrepreneurship through Barayamal

Through the eBay Foundation’s Global Give: Rapid Response grant program, eBay employees help decide where to support untapped entrepreneurs in the communities where eBayers live and work around the world. This year, the annual Global Give program was adapted to…
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Connect+Express+Empower = Wala Connections

Wala Connections offers a range of programs, workshops and events for all people with a focus on our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We pride ourselves in our versatility and willingness to adapt and create needs-based initiatives with creative…
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Well-being centre for Women and Girls/Mind, Body, Spirit & Connection

Need a helping hand? Holistic healing guidance for allWomen and Girls struggling within themselves, also specific workshops for women and girls who are vision/and or hearing impaired. Aunty I’s is committed to delivering a high-quality service for Women and Girls…
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Alinga Energy Consulting: The case for a First Nations Solar Stimulus

Alinga Energy Consulting provides specialist energy services to the commercial, government and NGO sectors within Australia and internationally with a particular focus on areas where energy accessibility and/or affordability issues prevent or limit the availability of reliable power. Specialising in…
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Opportunity to support First Nations Entrepreneurship @Barayamal

We’re putting together an awesome Board of Advisors (Advisory Board) for Barayamal – are you able to help Barayamal through your expertise and skills as an “Advisor”? Below and attached is further information for your consideration – please let me know…
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Australian Federal Budget 2020 – what’s in it for First Nations people?

Welcome to the Indigipreneur, the show that gets you the latest news relating to First Nations Entrepreneurship – news, analysis, and comment from Barayamal, the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator. Today we’ll discuss the ins and outs of one of the…
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Decolonisation of Wealth in Australia – A Call to Action

Like & Share on LinkedIn (original post) “What if we could use wealth to heal rather than cause further harm? What if funders, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs could help restore the earth? What if money was spent trying out concepts that…
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Press Release: World’s first Indigenous business accelerator program continues to help entrepreneurs overcome COVID-19

Melbourne, Australia, September 2020 — COVID-19 has had a severe impact on First Nations businesses with Kinaway Chamber of Commerce claiming 22% of its Members (Indigenous businesses) in Victoria ceased operations in March 2020. Thanks to LaunchVic, Barayamal is supporting…
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Black Swan Feeds Koi Fish at Zoo 🙏🏼😍

How awesome are black swans!? Black swans are one of the most mysterious animals in nature. The meaning of Barayamal (Black Swan) The meaning of Barayamal Barayamal means ‘Black Swan’ in Gamilaraay language. Before the colonisation of Australia, Europeans only…
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Issue 13 | Barayamal Digest

The Barayamal Digest is a monthly curated publication full of interesting and relevant links on First Nations Entrepreneurship. Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship: what it means and why it matters To understand why there are differences between Indigenous and Western Entrepreneurship…
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Press Release: First Nations entrepreneurs can now apply for Barayamal’s business accelerator program and access $50,000 in grant funding

After running the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator in November 2016, Barayamal is now running its second accelerator program in Victoria on the 7th September 2020 – thanks to LaunchVic!  Five innovative First Nations businesses will be selected for the Barayamal…
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Issue 12 | Barayamal Digest

The Barayamal Digest is a monthly curated publication full of interesting and relevant links on First Nations Entrepreneurship. Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship: what it means and why it matters To understand why there are differences between Indigenous and Western Entrepreneurship…
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Issue 11 | Barayamal Digest

The Barayamal Digest is a monthly curated publication full of interesting and relevant links on First Nations Entrepreneurship. Indigenous vs Western Entrepreneurship: what it means and why it matters To understand why there are differences between Indigenous and Western Entrepreneurship…
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Press Release: Barayamal launches new virtual programs to continue supporting First Nations Entrepreneurs

As Australian entrepreneurs adapt their business models to a world of remote working and disruption, Barayamal is taking its business accelerator programs online to continue supporting First Nations entrepreneurs. The “Barayamal Virtual Accelerator” has launched, which is open to First…
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Issue 10 | Barayamal Digest

The Barayamal Digest is a monthly curated publication full of interesting and relevant links on Indigenous entrepreneurship. Government mismanagement blamed for closure of Aboriginal tourist attraction The creators of Australia’s longest-running Indigenous tourist attraction have blamed government mismanagement for the…
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Barayamal Network (Member Snapshot)

A quick snapshot of the Barayamal Network – where Indigipreneurs (First Nations Entrepreneurs) collaborate, network & receive mentoring. The First Nations Entrepreneurial Network is a collaborative platform for Indigenous entrepreneurs to connect with each other and share their knowledge in…
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Indigenous entrepreneurship continues to grow in Victoria

Indigenous entrepreneurship continues to grow in Victoria Melbourne, Australia, March 2020  — After running the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator in November 2016, Barayamal will be running more business programs in Victoria – thanks to LaunchVic, Victoria’s startup agency.The rate of entrepreneurship…
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Issue 9 | Barayamal Digest

Mining giant given millions in grant by Coalition from fund for Indigenous disadvantage Mining giant Fortescue Metals, retail giant Wesfarmers, two NRL clubs, and Catholic and Anglican welfare organisations were awarded millions of dollars from a fund for alleviating Indigenous…
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OPINION: How Did a Convicted Drug Dealer Become Aboriginal

A couple of years ago, I was working in a large company shortly after I left the Royal Australian Air Force. I needed to find some co-organisers for an event, and eventually, I asked a colleague who was working in…
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Issue 8 | Barayamal Digest

Mining giant given millions in grant by Coalition from fund for Indigenous disadvantage Mining giant Fortescue Metals, retail giant Wesfarmers, two NRL clubs, and Catholic and Anglican welfare organisations were awarded millions of dollars from a fund for alleviating Indigenous…
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Indigenous Entrepreneurship Definition

It’s time to give back to your community! Indigenous Entrepreneurship is a term that refers to the entrepreneurial activity of Indigenous peoples. A First Nations entrepreneur who is passionate about achieving their self-determination aspirations and creating a better world for…
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Did you miss the 2019 Barayamal Demo Day?‬ ‪Rewatch all the deadly pitches from our latest cohort here

Did you miss this year’s Barayamal demo day? Rewatch all our pitches from last month in the Victorian Innovation Hub. The event was a celebration of some of Australia’s most innovative Indigenous entrepreneurs. It showcased their stories, ideas and innovations…
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Indigenous startups finally get a national platform to showcase their successes – thanks to LaunchVic!

BARAYAMAL The world’s first Indigenous Accelerator MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday, 2 October 2019 Indigenous startups finally get a national platform to showcase their successes – thanks to LaunchVic! Following the completion of the Barayamal Accelerator program, five Indigenous entrepreneurs will present…
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Barayamal Newsletter – August 2019

Barayamal Demo Day & Awards Have you received your invite for the Barayamal Demo Day & Awards event yet? This event provides a national platform to showcase Indigenous entrepreneurship, break negative stereotypes and show the world that like black swans,…
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Issue 7 | Barayamal Digest

How Indigenous owned and run Roebuck Plains Station is changing lives in the Kimberley Ambling across an expansive and endless Kimberley plain in a dusty haze is a large mob of cattle. Here traditional owners and Indigenous people are taking…
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Issue 6 | Barayamal Digest

Australia’s first Indigenous-owned whale-watching venture sets sail The Quandamooka people of North Stradbroke Island hope a new whale watching enterprise, launched from the centre of Brisbane, will be the catalyst for the island’s successful post-sand-mining future. brisbanetimes.com.au Warren Mundine approved…
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Issue 5 | Barayamal Digest

Tourists aren’t visiting remote Australia, so Aboriginal artists are bringing work to them Only 20 per cent of international visitors to Australia are experiencing Aboriginal culture. This month’s National Indigenous Art Fair, held ahead of NAIDOC Week, is hoping to…
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Issue 4 | Barayamal Digest

Caring for Country: how remote communities are building on payment for ecosystem services The payment for ecosystem services (PES) model is supporting a new wave of self-determined construction on Aboriginal homelands. With no secure strategy for government infrastructure investment in…
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Barayamal Accelerator – apply now!

The Barayamal Accelerator is now open to Victorian Indigenous startups and scaleups, which closes this Friday at 11:59 PM. If you or someone you know have a strong desire to grow your business and take things to the next level, please click the link below to…
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Indigenous entrepreneurs share their election wishlists

Indigenous entrepreneurs share their election wishlists With the recent launch of the Barayamal Network and Federal Election coming up, we decided to ask Indigenous entrepreneurs and community members what they would like to see happen to better support the growth…
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Indigenous startups finally have access to funding.

The world’s first Indigenous Accelerator PRESS RELEASE Thursday, 7 March, 2019 Indigenous startups finally have access to funding. After running the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator in November 2016, Barayamal is now running the first Indigenous Accelerator program in Victoria later…
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Victoria’s first Indigenous Accelerator Program

After running the world’s first Indigenous Accelerator in November 2016, Barayamal is now running the first Indigenous Accelerator program in Victoria later this year – thanks to LaunchVic!  Five innovative Indigenous startups will be selected for the Barayamal Accelerator and receive…
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From the streets in Cairns to addressing the United Nations in New York

“You go through depression, you go through your own mental battles and struggles and obviously being homeless at the time, it definitely not a good thing. Remember why you’re doing it, because nothing good comes easy you know. You have…
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The Importance of Mentors

When I started studying law I didn’t know any lawyers, growing up in Mount Isa all of my family and family friends were people that had worked in the mines. My mother and step-father had also been separated and for…
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Learn how Traditional Indigenous Games are helping Indigenous youth to excel in technology

I had an ambitious idea to help teach Indigenous youth to code in 2017 without any funding or support, and after running our first program over a year ago, I’ve started building some new programs on MIT Scratch to teach Indigenous youth…
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Three Things I’ve Learnt from Richard Branson

I wasn’t too sure what I wanted to do after finishing year 12 and I didn’t feel I was smart enough to go to university with below average grades so I ended up joining the Royal Australian Air Force…. It’s…
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Indigenous entrepreneurs set their sights on global markets

“I’m excited to announce that Barayamal is taking some of the best up-and-coming Indigenous entrepreneurs to America from September 3 to 13. The “Indigipreneurs” will attend TechCrunch’s Disrupt event, spend time at the Australian Landing Pad for startups in San…
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Barayamal raises $13,000 for the international first nations startup tour in September 2018

The Barayamal Family was able to raise over $13,000 at the 10×10 Philanthropy crowdfunding event in Sydney, which will be invested in taking some of the brightest First Nations youth to Silicon Valley and New York for our International Startup Tour in…
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VicForum 2018: A Barayamal Experience

It was an incredible experience for the Barayamal Family to be a part of the 2018 VicForum! Below is a quote from our MD and a link to the event report if you would like to know what happen. We…
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Barayamal Budding Entrepreneurs Program kicks-off in Queensland and New South Wales

Our Barayamal’s Budding Entrepreneurs Program will accelerate your business success by providing free working space at Australia’s largest community of scalable tech startups (Fishburners) and an Entrepreneurship Development Program (mentoring from successful Indigenous and non-Indigenous entrepreneurs, workshops and training by…
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First Nations Founders Stories: Philip Harris

Name: Phillip Harris Mob/Heritage: Wiradjuri and Eastern Arrernte Business concept: Our short-term platform is a music-booking marketplace, which aims to help connect musicians with customers. In the long run, we will be adding new and improving on existing online features…
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First Nations Founders Stories: Jesse T Martin

Why did you start your own business? I started TSM due to a number of circumstances both in my personal life and circumstances of the community and environment I grew up in. In a community context the place I grew…
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Meet the Founder of Australia’s first Indigenous Startup Weekend

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…
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New Podcast for Indigenous Entrepreneurs

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-podcast-indigenous-entrepreneurs-dean-foley/
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Four Indigenous entrepreneurs will have the life-changing opportunity to work on their startup ideas

Four Indigenous entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to be involved in a 3-month entrepreneur development program at Australia’s largest community of scalable tech startups, Fishburners. Barayamal is teaming up with Fishburners to deliver “Barayamal’s Budding Entrepreneurs Program.” In May 2017, Barayamal organised Give Backathon –…
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Indigenous Startup Program is Building a Community of Indigenous Entrepreneurs

Startup Program is Building a Community of Indigenous Entrepreneurs

Inside Brisbane’s Indigenous Startup Program by Rae Johnston Five innovative First Nations startups have been selected to attend a “mini” four-week business-accelerator program at The Capital, the recently opened dedicated venue in Brisbane’s CBD for digital technology startups and entrepreneurs.…
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