"Through Tiddas in Business we see the lives of women transformed through unleashing their economic potential. Tiddas in Business is a culturally safe online platform for entrepreneurs and businesswomen to exchange strategies and initiatives in support of women’s economic empowerment; with a focus on inspiration and sharing knowledge. It is open to both Indigenous women and non-Indigenous women, as our focus is on 'doing deadly business together'."
Carol Vale, Dunghutti woman. Founder, Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Murawin, Founder of Tiddas in Business.

In partnership with Murawin and the Tiddas in Business network; building on multiple, thriving close relationships built over many decades, Bec Harcourt (Program Manager, Indigenous Business Education, UNSW Business School), is delighted to showcase another series of exciting events as part of Indigenous Business Month 2021 @ UNSW, now in its sixth year.

About Indigenous Business Month

Indigenous Business Month is an initiative driven by the alumni of Melbourne Business School’s MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program, who see business as a vehicle towards self-determination, a way of providing positive role models for Indigenous Australians and improving quality of life in Indigenous communities. Since its establishment in 2015, Indigenous Business Month is an annual celebration that occurs every October and 2021 marks it’s 7th year.  

The theme for Indigenous Business Month 2021 is “Powering the Indigenous Economy”