Nurturing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Business and Entrepreneurship

Meaning ‘to dance’ in Wadawurrung, Ngarrimili was established to nurture and support business and entrepreneurship opportunities amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia. We work with businesses, artists and creatives through tailored, culturally informed support.

We tailor our support to meet the needs of businesses and founders wherever they are in their business journey. We believe founder wellbeing, through a lens of culture and connection, is vital to business success.


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Ngarrimili has been able to support a number of amazing Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander businesses, organisations and creatives through our programs and networks. If you are wanting to find Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander owned businesses in different industries, take a look at our Blak Business Directory. And if you are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander business and want to be featured, contact us now!
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We are so excited to be collaborating with @sofargeelong , who will be performing in our brand new First Nations business, retail and arts space right in the heart of Djilang for their second show in Feb 👏🏼

Tickets are on sale now! Join us in celebrating this incredible new venue and discover music, culture and community 🫶🏼

Buy tickets here :
Business Shout Out @tangentyereartists 

Town Camp Designs is a collection of products created by Ewyenper Atwatye, Tangentyere Artists and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists.

They are a 100% Aboriginal owned and run art centre. All sales directly support the artists, with all profit going towards artists fees and future projects.
Do you work in the business sector and would like to learn about First People’s Data Sovereignty and Data Governance? Generally, this is the right for First Peoples to govern the collection, ownership and application of data about them and their communities, lands and resources.

The Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions (DJSIR) is developing a First Peoples’ Data Sovereignty Framework and your valuable knowledge of the Victorian Indigenous business sector is being sought to shape the Framework.
The workshop will be delivered by Jaramer Legal on behalf of DJSIR, and it will be a great opportunity to learn more about the emerging trend of Data Sovereignty and how it can benefit Indigenous Victorians.

Further information regarding the business sector roundtable and bookings can be made via this link:
Carlton Football Club, in collaboration with Great Southern Bank and Kinaway, are excited to launch an exciting program in 2024!

Take entrepreneurship and business knowledge to a whole new level through this new initiative exclusively for First Nations people.

This program, the first to be launched under Carlton’s new Loorende-gat initiatives, is created by, and in consultation with, First Nations people and organisations and is at no cost to participants. Participants will be supported by mentors and presenters with strong, demonstrated experience in business.

Places are nearly full. To apply, follow the link:
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