The Indigenous Business, Enterprise & Corporations Conference | 1-2 December 2016 @ UWA Business School
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IBECC16 is Australia's premier Indigenous business and economic conference, hosted by Centre for Social Impact UWA and the UWA School of Indigenous Studies.



The Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations Conference (IBECC) is Australia's premier Indigenous business event. In 2016, the Conference featured over 100 speakers on topics including economic policy, business development, leadership development, innovation, Indigenous women in business, the Indigenous digital economy, Native Title, culture, arts, housing, health, natural resource management, and more.





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Key Speakers

Laura Berry

Chief Executive Officer
Supply Nation

Laura was appointed CEO of Supply Nation in May 2015, having been involved with the organisation since its inception through her work with two founding member companies, Leighton Holdings and Qantas Airways.

Laura has two decades of experience in stakeholder management, risk mitigation...Read More

Kristal Kinsela

Indigenous Professional Services

Kristal Kinsela is a proud Aboriginal woman, descendant of both the Jawoyn and Wiradjuri nations. Over the past 10 years she has had an extensive career in education and training, organisational and workforce development, and supplier diversity working across Government, Corporate and...Read More

Jodie Sizer

PwC Indigenous Consulting

Jodie is a Djab Wurrung/Gunditjmara woman, and part of the Framlingham Community of South West Victoria. Jodie is the Co-CEO & Co Owner of PwC’s Indigenous consulting, a majority Aboriginal owned and Aboriginal led member firm of the PwC Global network.

Jodie has been a...Read More

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