Tiddas in Business
Through Tiddas in Business we see the lives of women transformed through unleashing their economic potential. It is all about supporting one another, learning from each other and sharing our business journey’s together.
The online Tiddas in Business platform is a culturally safe online platform for entrepreneurs and business women 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 in on “doing deadly business together”.
Visit the Tiddas In Business platform now.
Coming soon… Tiddas in Business Walkabout Mentoring
Our Walkabout Mentoring is a monthly series which connects aspiring or early-stage businesswomen with an experienced Indigenous or non-Indigenous mentor. Our mentors have expertise across a broad range of industries so we are sure to find someone to match with your needs.
So what is it? Basically, you sign up to be mentored and we connect you with one of our experienced mentors. Then in the first week of each month (commencing February 2019), you meet with your mentor for an hour long walk in either Brisbane or Sydney CBD.
The walks go ahead rain, hail or shine, and are a fantastic and unique opportunity for you to connect with an experienced businesswoman and pick her brain about any questions you may have!
The cost is small, $25 to join a Walkabout Mentoring session, which just covers our admin costs of running the program. These are one-off dialogues in which the mentor has no obligation to provide further or ongoing support to those they walk with, however you are welcome to sign up for as many walkabouts as you like and connect with multiple mentors!
Fill in the form below if you would like to sign up to be a mentor or be mentored for our 2019 start! We will get back to you with further details.
Upcoming Events: Please click on links to register
IBA and Murawin collaboration: Business Ready Workshops: Free workshops for Indigenous women designed to support participants to validate their business ideas and establish a business model, in a culturally embracing and peer learning environment. Delivered by Carol Vale, Principal Consultant, Murawin, the workshop cover topics such as: developing your value proposition, identifying potential key partners, resources and activities, building customer relationships and segments, cost structures and potential revenue streams.
Tamworth - 20 November 2018 - completed.
Armidale - 21 November 2018 - completed.
Queensland Government, Department of Employment, Small Business and Training, Advancing Women in Business, and Murawin: Preparing for Business Workshop and Women in Business Motivational Seminar - Queensland Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander aspiring, early-phase or established business women are invited to come along to this FREE workshop and seminar and get tips on how to run your own business successfully, how to navigate the often chaotic business world and how to access Indigenous Procurement Policies for your business. Hear inspiring stories of business success by Indigenous women and how business is changing the lives of women and their families and communities.