To create a better world, we need to shift our mindsets. We need to change the way we see things and how we live our lives to be part of the solution. Are you ready to change the way you see the world? Let’s talk about how to shift your perspective on things! Western thinking… Read more »
With NAIDOC Week currently underway and celebrating the history, culture and achievements of First Nations people in Australia, we asked Dean Foley, founder and CEO of indigenous accelerator program Barayamal, to share his take on entrepreneurship in the Indigenous community and highlights up and coming entrepreneurs. Aboriginal and Torres Strait people have the oldest culture… Read more »
The Victorian Government’s startup body, LaunchVic has announced $1.37 million in funding for four organisations focused on supporting entrepreneurial activity among Indigenous Victorians. The four organisations receiving funding are Barayamal, Global Sisters, Ngarrimili, and Ngamai Moorroop Wili. Barayamal will use its funding to deliver a pre-accelerator and accelerator program for Aboriginal startups. The organisation stated… Read more »
These Indigenous founders are set to become household names with the positive impact they are making for their people and within the tech ecosystem.
Indigenous accelerator Barayamal joins forces with Fishburners to launch Budding Entrepreneurs Program
Barayamal, the first Australian accelerator for Indigenous entrepreneurs, has launched a partnership with coworking community Fishburners.
Academy Xi has launched The Founding Futures, a new scholarship which will offer Indigenous Australians training in User Experience Design.
Barayamal has partnered with global kids coding initiative CoderDojo to launch First Nations, a network of coding clubs aimed at Indigenous Australians.
Fishburners has announced that Murray Hurps will be stepping down from his role as CEO, with Annie Parker set to take the position of in his place.
Barayamal has partnered with Fishburners to send four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs to join the ‘Budding Entrepreneurs Program’.
EduGrowth has launched a pre-accelerator program, a free online course designed to guide startups through the development of their ideas on to launch.
The idea for the program, which just finished up its first pre-accelerator earlier this month, came to Foley following the first Indigenous Startup Weekend he organised earlier this year.