About the Conference
The Indigenous Business, Enterprise and Corporations Conference (IBECC) returns to the University of Western Australia for the fourth time on 1-2 December 2016.
Collaboration is a fundamental part of supporting the health and growth of the Indigenous economy, of businesses and enterprises and communities: Don’t miss your chance to learn from past and present case studies and research and connect and share with over 400 others who will be attending this great event.
Paul Flatau, Winthrop Professor and Director UWA Centre for Social Impact and Jill Milroy, Winthrop Professor, Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, Dean, School of Indigenous Studies.
IBECC 2016 represents a unique opportunity to hear Indigenous business leaders, corporate representatives, leading academics and policy makers talk about the new opportunities for Indigenous people and communities being created by the rapidly expanding Indigenous business, enterprise and corporations sector.
IBECC 2016 is founded on a partnership between the UWA Business School, Centre for Social Impact and the UWA School of Indigenous Studies.
We hope you can join us in December 2016 at the University of Western Australia for what promises to be a great conference full of ideas, action, networking and opportunities.
The IBECC 2016 Steering Committee, Phil Dolan (Dean, UWA Business School), Keith Rappa (General Manager, UWA Business School), Cheryl Croce (Centre Manager, CSI UWA), Mags Ritchie and Jacqui Boroughs (Administrative Officers, CSI UWA), Grant Revell (Associate Professor, School of Indigenous Studies), Ray Garrett (Senior Project Officer, School of Indigenous Studies), Claire Stokes (CSI UWA), Claire Hadley (CSI UWA), Rebecca Kais (CSI UWA), Erica Lampropoulos (CSI UWA), Verity Chia (Communications Officer, UWA Business School), Nicola Hannigan (Content and Communities Manager, CSI), Nero Visual Design Studio, and The University of Western Australia Business School and School of Indigenous Studies.
We acknowledge that this conference is held on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk Noongar who remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land and continue to practice their values, languages, beliefs, and knowledge. We offer our respects to Elders Past and Present and, through the Elders, to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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