Aboriginal entrepreneurs share aspirations for incoming Federal Government

14th May 2019

In an effort to further support Indigenous businesses a number of Aboriginal entrepreneurs have outlined changes they would like to see adopted by whichever party wins the upcoming Federal Election.

The Barayamal Network has over 800 members and is a space for First Nation’s entrepreneurs to collaborate and receive mentoring.

The network recently polled indigenous entrepreneurs and community members about their aspirations for the next Federal Government and identified  three key points - access to capital, increasing education and support programs and changes to the Indigenous Procurement Policy.

CAAMA Radio spoke with Dean Foley, founder and CEO of Barayamal about the poll.