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- Get support to start and run your business
Starting a business
Deadly Design graphic designers and printers, Black Olive Catering, Karen Milward Consultant are just a few examples of successful businesses founded by Aboriginal people. Starting a business is one way to achieve economic prosperity.
There is support and information is available to assist you:
Running your business
Weather your business is niche with a focus on your cultural advantage or another type of thriving enterprise there are resources to help you succeed.
You can access support through the following programs - Aboriginal focused.
Aboriginal business advisors: helping build stronger Aboriginal businesses
The Aboriginal Business Advisors Program (ABAP) is designed to support Aboriginal businesses.
It provides advice and skills in business coaching, mobile business support, business skills development, and networking, and more. The Victorian Employers’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI) manages the program.
For more information about how the ABAP program can help your business, call 03 8662 5336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Case Study: Using local knowledge to build a better agency
'When the organisation's culture can support an employee, great things can happen.'Dixie Patten, Rumba Ripples
Read more about his story of growing confidence and success.