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Procurement for Aboriginal businesses: Navigating the supply chain

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For Indigenous business owners keen to find out how they can best position themselves and perfect their pitch to win government procurement opportunities. Get yourself prepared so you can compete to win contracts and grow your business without feeling daunted by what can be a highly competitive application process. Business opportunities afor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are rapidly increasing. As part of its 'Social Procurement Framework' the Victorian Government has committed to awarding 1% of new domestic contracts to Indigenous suppliers by 2019-20. The Australian Government's Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP), meanwhile already has a 3% commitment. And, outside of government, private businesses keen to meet their corporate responsibilities are also working with Indigenous suppliers. <strong>During this workshop you will:</strong> <ul> <li>Gain a better understanding of the IPP's targets, contracts, and minimum requirements</li> <li>Learn how to best position your business to respond to contract opportunities</li> <li>Assess your business potential in terms of its capability, competitiveness and supply readiness, and</li> <li>Design or refine your business capability statements and pitches.</li> </ul>

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City of Melbourne | Library at the Dock
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Docklands 3000

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City of Melbourne | Library at the Dock
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Docklands 3000
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0416654927
david.deo@iba.gov.au
David Deo

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