AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND LEADERSHIP FORUM (ANZLF)
INDIGENOUS WOMEN'S BUSINESS NETWORK
IBA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, to the Elders past, present, and emerging
The Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum (ANZLF) brings together Australian and New Zealand leaders from government, business and the community, to discuss how the two countries can prosper together in the global economy.
At the March 2018 forum, the Indigenous Business Sector Group endorsed to establish a Trans-Tasman Indigenous Women in Business Network with the assistance from a working group.
The intention of the working group is to create the Trans-Tasman Indigenous Women’s Business Network which:
will comprise of 50 top Indigenous women in business from Australia and New Zealand
be an informed and influential voice on economic development for Indigenous people
engage with key business and political leaders to shape diversity and inclusion policy, practices, and economic development
promote and support the development and advancement of Indigenous women in business
improve the economic and social wealth and wellbeing of Indigenous communities
WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY
This is a unique opportunity to participate, develop and grow together, with Indigenous business women from Australia and New Zealand. We aim to achieve a cross-section of Indigenous women which will share, skills, knowledge and resources to support women, who are in business today and will lead tomorrow.
Express an interest if:
you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander women who has a business or are interested in economic development.
can take time out of your business, family and community obligations to commit to the advancement of Indigenous businesswomen.
willing to make the network a priority, commit to 4 meeting per year (with a possibility of face to face opportunities) and all associated roles and responsibilities.
The success of the network will be a sum of its parts and requires an initial commitment for 12 months. The Trans-Tasman Indigenous Women’s Business Network welcomes women from remote, regional and urban locations to apply.
Initial network inclusion is limited to 25 women from Australia, so please tell us as much as you can about you, your business and why you would like to work to support Indigenous businesswomen across the Tasman .
Applications for the Trans-Tasman Indigenous Women in Business Network have now closed.