Ngiyani are proud to be partnering with Femeconomy to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned business in Logan and surrounds. This initiative is supported by the Queensland Government’s Advancing Indigenous Business Initiative (see media release below).

http://statements.qld.gov.au/Statement/2018/7/12/partnering-to-put-indigenous-small-businesses-on-the-map

Two Ngiyani Circles will be held in Logan in late August and October. If you are an emerging or existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander small business in Logan and surrounds please consider completing the survey, and having your voice heard to help inform government program development and initiatives to support your businesses into the future. Ngiyani Circles will also be a great way to network and showcase your deadly business.

http://femeconomy.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=70efdf2ec9b086079795c442636b55fb.47&s=847f194b42fcc47c521d134d51cd98ef

Always remember, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander small businesses drives the local, state and national economies. We are on the RISE, we Matter, use your VOICE.

#NgiyaniRISE

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