World Indigenous Business Forum 2012

[NSW] Sydney – World Indigenous Business Forum

23 – 24 October 2012

Commencing with an international welcome, Australian and international delegates will gather each day and engage with international, national and local speakers invited to explore the forum theme – Indigenous Economic Development. If you are planning to attend just one conference this year, the World Indigenous Business Forum will be time well spent. This international conference will be held for the first time in Sydney Australia building on the success of previous forums held in New York City in 2010 and 2011. Attending the forum will open doors and provide access to the Indigenous Business Leaders of the World. It is an opportunity to come together and share experiences and insights to raise the level of success for our Indigenous communities globally.

Eduardo Aguirre Cantero - Architect Cementos Progreso GUA
Leah Armstrong - CEO Reconciliation Australia AUS
Dr. Tom Calma  -  Former  Social  Justice  Commissioner, AUS
Diane  Carriere  -  President  Canadian Aboriginal  Human Resource Assoc, CAN
David Chartrand - President Manitoba Metis Federation, CAN
Crystal Fafard - CE Advisor + In-House Council Onion Lake Cree Nation CAN
Phil Fontaine - Former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, CAN
Professor Colleen Hayward - Edith Cowan University, AUS
Minnie King – Power Manager Carey Mining AUS
Professor Marcia Langton - University of Melb.AUS
David Liddiard - Exec Director CorporateConnectAB, AUS
Robert Louie - Chief of Westbank First Nation, CAN
Leslie Lounsbury - Publisher SAY Magazine, CAN
Matanuku Mahuika - Partner Kahui Legal, NZ
Micah McCarty - Chairman Makah Tribal Council, USA /
Rob McLeod  – Managing Partner and CEO Ernst & Young Oceania, AUS
Dr. Jeff McMullen - Honorary CEO Ian Thorpe Foundation for Youth, AUS
Tal Moore - President National Native American Human Resource Assoc, USA
Buffy Sainte-Maree - Singer, Songwriter and Educator, USA
David Springgate – Senior VP NANA Development Corporation AUS
Chrisch Siririka - National Coordinator Indigenous Peoples‘ Business Forum NAMIBIA
Judith Sullivan-Corney - F/Deputy Minister Intergovernmental Affairs, CAN
Tjekero Tweya - Deputy Minister Trade and Industry, NAMIBIA
Neil Willmett - Managing Director Wilmett Consultants, AUS
Natalie Walker - CEO Australian Indigenous Minority Supply Council, AUS
Alexandria Wilson - Associate Professor Aboriginal Education Research Centre, CAN
Mr Ken Wyatt AM, MP Federal Member for Hasluck AUS
Debbie Barwick - President NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce AUS
Chief Austin Bear - Muskoday and Board Member First National Land Advisory Board CAN
Professor Peter Buckskin - Dean of Indigenous Scholarship, Engagement & Research Uni SA,  AUS
Peter Dunn - Indigenous Services Global Business Leader GHD AUS
Val Kilmer - Actor USA
Jack Manning-Bancroft - CEO Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience AUS /
Geoff Scott - CEO NSW Aboriginal Land Council AUS
Rachelle Towart - CEO Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre AUS /
Chris Fry - CEO Indigenous Business Australia AUS

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