Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning (6 March 2015)

seqicc-coffee-morning-2015-03-06-inviteJoin Indigenous Business people, Indigenous not-for-profit leaders and our supporters, for an informal morning of networking and relationship building.

The SEQICC and co-host the University of Southern Queensland will meet at Bounce Cafe, 11 Salisbury Road, Ipswich, on Friday morning 7.30am – 10.00am on 6th of March 2015.

Directions once on campus:

Feel free to pop in for ten minutes or stay for 2 hours!

Check out our Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning Photo Album on our Facebook Page.

About the Indigenous Business Networking: Friday Coffee Morning Events: 

  • The event is free each week, you just pay the cost of your transport to and from the event, plus the cost of your coffee and/or breakfast.
  • Would you like to be a co-host? Read more at our Hosting Guidelines.
  • Read more about the vision for this event.
  • For more event information, please contact Leesa.

2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards

2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards - Web icon without taglineNominate now in the 2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards

Now in its 12th year, the 2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards is open for nominations. The program recognises businesses, community organisations, educational institutions and initiatives that are advancing reconciliation in Queensland.

Such initiatives could be building cross-cultural understanding through employment or training initiatives, education partnerships or engaging with the local community.

Awards ambassador Johnathan Thurston, captain of the North Queensland Cowboys, said we can all play a part to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

“It is through the work and dedication of many organisations across Queensland that we will see the lasting impacts of reconciliation for years to come,” Mr Thurston said.

“When we recognise those who are supporting reconciliation we are able to create a positive environment and an open dialogue about the importance and power of this issue.

“Nominations are now open for these awards. I encourage you to nominate an organisation you know is doing great work that you think should be celebrated.”

The Queensland Reconciliation Awards offers a total prize pool of $25,000 across the categories of business, education, community and partnership.

Last year’s recipients include Island & Cape (Business), Kirwan State High School (Education), South Cape York Catchments (Community), Mungalla Aboriginal Business Corporation and CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences (Partnership). Yugambeh Museum and Dreamworld received the overall

Premier’s Reconciliation Award.

Visit the website for more information and to download a nomination form.

Nominations close Friday 6 March 2015.

Award winners will be announced at a ceremony in Brisbane during National Reconciliation Week 2015.

Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning (26 February 2015)

seqicc-coffee-morning-2015-02-26-inviteJoin Indigenous Business people, Indigenous not-for-profit leaders and our supporters, for an informal morning of networking and relationship building.

The SEQICC and co-hosts the Wilston-Grange Business Club will meet at Wilston General, 102 Kedron Brook Road, Wilston 4051 Thursday evening, the 6th of February from 5.00am – 7.00am.

Feel free to pop in for ten minutes or stay for 2 hours!

Check out our Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning Photo Album on our Facebook Page.

About the Indigenous Business Networking: Friday Coffee Morning Events: 

  • The event is free each week, you just pay the cost of your transport to and from the event, plus the cost of your coffee and/or breakfast.
  • Would you like to be a co-host? Read more at our Hosting Guidelines.
  • Read more about the vision for this event.
  • For more event information, please contact Leesa.

Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning (20th February 2015)

seqicc-coffee-morning-2015-02-20-inviteJoin Indigenous Business people, Indigenous not-for-profit leaders and our supporters, for an informal morning of networking and relationship building.

The SEQICC and co-host Dr Sandra Phillips from Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology, at Gerbino’s Pasticceria, 57 Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove, 20th of February from 7.30am – 10.00am.

Feel free to pop in for ten minutes or stay for 2 hours!

Check out our Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning Photo Album on our Facebook Page.

About the Indigenous Business Networking: Friday Coffee Morning Events: 

  • The event is free each week, you just pay the cost of your transport to and from the event, plus the cost of your coffee and/or breakfast.
  • Would you like to be a co-host? Read more at our Hosting Guidelines.
  • Read more about the vision for this event.
  • For more event information, please contact Leesa.

Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning (13 February 2015)

seqicc-coffee-morning-2015-02-13-inviteJoin Indigenous Business people, Indigenous not-for-profit leaders and our supporters, for an informal morning of networking and relationship building.

The SEQICC and co-host Murray Saylor from Tagai Management Consultants, Ellen’s Place, 1/17 Ellenborough Street, Ipswich, on the 13th of February from 7.30am – 10.00am.

Feel free to pop in for ten minutes or stay for 2 hours!

Check out our Indigenous Business Networking – Friday Coffee Morning Photo Album on our Facebook Page.

About the Indigenous Business Networking: Friday Coffee Morning Events: 

  • The event is free each week, you just pay the cost of your transport to and from the event, plus the cost of your coffee and/or breakfast.
  • Would you like to be a co-host? Read more at our Hosting Guidelines.
  • Read more about the vision for this event.
  • For more event information, please contact Leesa.