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POWERFUL POINT: Nev Power explains why his leader team chose to focus the company on Aboriginal-owned enterprises. (Photo: Attila Csaszar)

JV strategy puts major contracts in reach

Indigenous business is thriving and growing in the north-west, but it was not an overnight success.

The Pilbara is more than just the hot seat of the Australian economy.

Even in the midst of a resources slowdown, the region is providing opportunities to local indigenous entrepreneurs on a scale many other businesses around the country would wish was happening in their backyard.

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