Media Releases - Barayamal

Barayamal is a world leader in Indigenous Entrepreneurship. We inspire, educate and support Indigenous Entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams and create a better world for all who live in it.

Barayamal is launching Australia’s first mentoring platform to help close the employment gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. eMentoring is an online mentoring platform supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals by connecting them with industry experts to receive valuable mentoring, which will help them progress in their careers and break the poverty cycle. [Read more...]

Barayamal is launching Australia’s first mentoring platform to help close the employment gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

eMentoring is an online mentoring platform supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals by connecting them with industry experts to receive valuable mentoring, which will help them progress in their careers and break the poverty cycle. [Read more...]

Barayamal launches Australia’s first CoderDojo for Indigenous Australians to close the digital divide and increase Indigenous employment. CoderDojo First Nations is a national network of coding clubs for Indigenous Australians, which aims to close the jobs gap by empowering Indigenous youth with coding skills that will prepare them for Australia’s ever changing economy. [Read more...]

Barayamal launches Australia’s first CoderDojo for Indigenous Australians to close the digital divide and increase Indigenous employment.
CoderDojo First Nations is a national network of coding clubs for Indigenous Australians, which aims to close the jobs gap by empowering Indigenous youth with coding skills that will prepare them for Australia’s ever changing economy. [Read more...]

A leading Indigenous Entrepreneur and Griffith MBA student is a finalist for the 2017 Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Awards in Sydney. Dean Foley has been nominated in the Entrepreneurship category, with winners to be announced at a Gala Event on Friday August 29. Mr Foley believes Indigenous entrepreneurs can make a valuable contribution to their communities and the Australian economy, but lack sufficient support to achieve their dreams. [Read more...]

A leading Indigenous Entrepreneur and Griffith MBA student is a finalist for the 2017 Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Awards in Sydney.
Dean Foley has been nominated in the Entrepreneurship category, with winners to be announced at a Gala Event on Friday August 29. Mr Foley believes Indigenous entrepreneurs can make a valuable contribution to their communities and the Australian economy, but lack sufficient support to achieve their dreams. [Read more...]

Leading First Nations Entrepreneurs and Financial Experts discuss the rapidly growing Indigenous Business Sector at the Financial Services Council's Leaders Summit in Sydney On the 26th July leading First Nations Entrepreneurs and Financial Experts will take part in a panel discussion at the Financial Services Council's annual Leaders Summit to discuss the role that financial services can provide to empower the Indigenous estate and help close the disadvantage gap in Australia.  [Read more...]

Leading First Nations Entrepreneurs and Financial Experts discuss the rapidly growing Indigenous Business Sector at the Financial Services Council's Leaders Summit in Sydney

On the 26th July leading First Nations Entrepreneurs and Financial Experts will take part in a panel discussion at the Financial Services Council's annual Leaders Summit to discuss the role that financial services can provide to empower the Indigenous estate and help close the disadvantage gap in Australia.  [Read more...]

Indigenous entrepreneurs get the opportunity to work at Australia's largest community of tech startups Four Indigenous entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to be involved in a 3-month entrepreneurship development program at Australia’s largest community of scalable tech startups, Fishburners. Barayamal is teaming up with Fishburners to deliver “Barayamal’s Budding Entrepreneurs Program.” [Read more...]

Indigenous entrepreneurs get the opportunity to work at Australia's largest community of tech startups

Four Indigenous entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to be involved in a 3-month entrepreneurship development program at Australia’s largest community of scalable tech startups, FishburnersBarayamal is teaming up with Fishburners to deliver “Barayamal’s Budding Entrepreneurs Program.” [Read more...]