2016 Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations Conference

Event Date: 
01 December 2016 to 02 December 2016
UWA Business School
35 Stirling Highway
(Hackett Entrance No 4 - Carpark No 9 or 41 off Hackett Drive)

The Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations Conference (IBECC) returns to the UWA Business School for the fourth time on 1-2 December 2016.

IBECC is Australia’s premier Indigenous business and economic conference focused on examining the links between the Indigenous economy and social change.

The theme of IBECC 2016 is Stronger Together, recognising that collaboration is a fundamental part of supporting the health and growth of the Indigenous economy, of businesses and enterprises and communities.

IBECC 2016 will cover more than 100 sessions, workshops, research presentations and clinics across eight specialist streams including Strong north, strong nation; Our rights to land and native title; Indigenous innovation and Strong and deadly sistas.

Key speakers include Ben Wyatt MLA, Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs (Western Australia), respected Indigenous business leader Wayne Bergmann, leading lawyer Terri Janke, scholar and advocate Professor Marcia Langton, Debbie Barwick, Chairperson New South Wales Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, entrepreneur Gordon Cole, businesswoman and Director of Indigenous Professional Services Kristal Kinsela, entrepreneur and director Natalie Walker, Jason Eades, CEO of PwC’s Indigenous Consulting, Laura Berry, CEO of Supply Nation and Michael Hayden, Chairman of Maarli Pty Ltd and Deputy Chairman of the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council.

Don’t miss your chance to learn, connect and share with over 400 others at what promises to be a great conference full of ideas, action, networking and opportunities.

For more information and to register, visit

Centre for Social Impact UWA
(08) 6488 2741
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