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    My Business Dream Workshop at Murran Hub


    First Nations Foundation proudly pair with Ngarrimili to welcome you to join us at the Murran Hub for a business finance workshop, My Business Dream with our Indigenous Business Training Facilitator, Lateisha Vincent.

    When: Wednesday, 5th June 2024.

    Time: 5PM - 7PM. 

    Where: Murran Hub, 143-157 Malop St, Geelong VIC 3220

    We will be providing catering, soft drinks and juice!

    Mum's/ Dad's and Bubs welcome!
    All ages welcome!
    This Community Event is welcome for all LGBTQIASB+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to attend, our Rainbow Mob.


    First Nations Foundation’s business finance program, My Business Dream (MBD) has been created by Indigenous people, for Indigenous people to help provide access to essential learning skills on how to start and run a sustainable business.

    We will be looking at the following business start-up topics:

    • Developing a business plan.
    • Business structures.
    • Pricing strategies.
    • Accessing capital.
    • Sustainability.
    • Tax obligations.
    • Self-worth and limiting beliefs – having the courage to make your business dream, your reality!

    This workshop is ideal for Mob who:

    • Have a business idea.
    • Are business curious.
    • Have a business in the start-up phase.
    • Want to learn more about starting and owning a business.


    All of our modules are written, presented, and taught with the intention of empowering our people to be in control of their finances, as their biggest investment is themselves.

    Invest in yourself

    Believe in yourself.

    Make your business dream, your reality!

    To be a Blak business owner is to proudly showcase Blak excellence! The world needs your ideas! Share your passions, dreams and go for it! 
    Light up your community and the rest of the world. You can do this!


    More About Ngarrimili and the Murran Hub


    Ngarrimili, meaning ‘to dance’ in Wadawurrung.

    Ngarrimili was established to nurture and support business and entrepreneurship opportunities amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia. We work with businesses, creatives and entrepreneurs through tailored, culturally informed support.

    We aim to drive sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander economic success and by doing so, we acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People have been successful in economic development and success for over 80,000 years

    We offer group workshops and 1:1 culturally informed support for aspiring and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses and creatives across Australia.

    We tailor our support to meet the needs of businesses and founders wherever they are in their business journey. We believe founder wellbeing, through a lense of culture and connection, is vital to business success.

    Most importantly, you don’t not have to be a ‘member’ or pay any fees to receive our services. Ngarrimili exists to break down the barriers that have been in place for First Nations people across Australia.

    Murran Hub


    'Murran', meaning Eucalypt Leaf in Wadawurrung language was chosen as the name for this Business, Retail and Arts Hub in Geelong.

    Murran, led by Ngarrimili, is a hub for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander individuals to access and thrive within.

    Consisting of:

    • Retail store (selling Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander owned products
    • Gallery (selling and showcasing the amazing art of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artists and creatives)
    • Cafe
    • Co-working space (with hot desking opportunities)
    • Meeting rooms
    • Conference rooms (that can be accessed by non-Indigenous partners, individuals and organisations)
    • Events space & Workshops space

    Eucalypt leaves, a welcome gift, smoked to cleanse, crushed, and boiled to heal. Wadawurrung people would wear Eucalypt on their bodies and men would place them on their spears as a sign of peace to come together with no harm, to gather in peace on Country. Eucalypt trees grow and prosper from the waters of Country, the nourishment that our Mother Country gives. Eucalypt are a connection to all Peoples living on or off Country.

    Murran lies in the heart of Geelong and is a place for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community to access and thrive within. The objectives of Murran are:

    • To provide employment and training opportunities for mob
    • Nurture an environment for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander business owners (aspiring or established) to access and learn
    • Inject many back into the Blak economy
    • Host a number of workshops and events for the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community
    • Provide the wider community with the opportunity to buy from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander businesses


    Connect with Ngarrimili and the Murran Hub!

    Instagram: @Ngarrimili

    Website: Ngarrimili.org.au

    Instagram: @Murranhub

    Website: Murran.com.au

    More About Lateisha

    Lateisha is a proud Wiradjuri woman, currently residing on Gadigal land.

    She is the Indigenous Business Training Facilitator at First Nations Foundation; this looks like hosting monthly webinars and workshops for My Business Dream (MBD) around Victoria.

    My Business Dream has been created by Indigenous people, for Indigenous people to help provide access to essential learning skills on how to start a business.

    Lateisha's passionate and practical approach in assisting Mob with their business plans, start-up's and accessing capital, ensures for a culturally safe space to explore business finance for your business. 

    We look forward to welcoming you to our business finance workshop at Murran Hub!



    Connect with us!


    Instagram @firstnationsfoundation


    Website: First Nations Foundation

    My Money Dream | First Nations Foundation

    On Country | First Nations Foundation

    Tomorrow Money | First Nations Foundation

    Indigenous Women's Financial Wellness initiative | First Nations Foundation


    This training is created By Mob, For Mob to ensure it is culturally appropriate and allows Indigenous Australians to succeed now, and into the future.

    This workshop is an initiative supported through the Yuma Yirramboi Strategy, funded by the Victorian Government, through the Department of Jobs, Skills, Industries and Regions.

    "First Nations Foundations Ltd is an independent company that provides an information service. The content on the website is not advice. There is no explicit or implied endorsement of any particular companies, products or strategies. The information on this site is educational and is intended as a general overview and no responsibility can be taken for any change in your personal circumstances of any persona acting on this information. You are advised to discuss your personal situation with your financial planner, accountant or other industry professional."


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