Indigenous Business Month 2019 Awards
For the first time Indigenous Business Month (IBM) will introduce three Awards to recognise the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses to their community and to Australian society.

The Indigenous Business Month Awards will showcase the outstanding achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses and provides identifiable national and local role models to inspire all Australians.
The Indigenous Business Month Awards are:

I2I Award
Indigenous businesses buying from and/or supplying to fellow Indigenous businesses build an interconnected and strong Indigenous business sector by supporting each other. Instances of mentoring and peer-to-peer support or development of new ventures and/or initiatives are encouraged in this category.
This award celebrates the commitment by Indigenous businesses to strengthen and grow our sector through trading and working together.

Indigenous Digital Inventiveness Award
Indigenous digital inventiveness is maturing in Australia. Communities are more connected than ever through digital expression (emails, instant messaging and texting) and at a much larger scale through digital enterprise (business operations and technology).
This award celebrates the intersection between cultural creativity, business nous and technology.

Indigenous Ingenuity Award.
Indigenous business has a role to play in using business models to confront challenging community issues.
This award celebrates an Indigenous business who is working hard to solve challenges in partnerships with Indigenous communities.

The IBM Awards will be held on 30th October at the Melbourne Business School, where final winners will be announced.

Award entries close 18th October, 5pm.
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