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Programs in metropolitan areas could be replicated to encourage startups in remote communities. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Startup bent for indigenous jobs

Initiatives to encourage indigenous entrepreneurship such as accelerators, incubators and a government-backed venture capital fund were part of a suite of policies recommended by KPMG at the recent Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations Conference held at the University of Western Australia.

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Hey would very much so appreciate if someone could get back to myself via email or telephone 0481988998 about whether or not there will be another indigenous business, enterprise and corporations conference this year (2017). Thanks hope to hear back soon & hope alls well Xavier Bell

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