KRED Enterprises aims to take advantage of the enormous opportunities unfolding in the Kimberley and by doing so, secure long-term economic independence for our people.
It operates two wholly owned subsidiary companies. EHSIS (Environmental Heritage Social Impact Services) provides staff and logistics to carry out heritage surveys, cultural heritage monitoring and cultural awareness training. It also has KRED Legal, Australia's first legal company owned by native title groups, which focuses on commercial agreements, native title law, litigation and governance work. There is also Indigenous Business Solutions Pty Ltd, a joint initiative including Maxim Hall Chadwick Pty Ltd and Hall Chadwick WA Advisory Pty Ltd, with the controlling interest being held by KRED Enterprises (51%).
Additionally, KRED Enterprises has established the Kimberley Agriculture and Pastoral Company, a management concept involving three stations in the region that aims to increase station productivity and boost remote indigenous employment.
Unit 9, Woody's Arcade, 15 Dampier Terrace, BROOME WA 6725