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Kinaway Chamber of Commerce. A Force Behind Aboriginal Business Growth Across Victoria

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Published: 30 August 2021
Categories: Audio | Community

n an open and frank interview with Connection Matters Radio, Kinaway Chamber of Commerce Victoria CEO, Wotjabaluk man Scott McCartney discusses a range of topics from a 100 per cent growth in identified businesses over three years through to challenges facing businesses when COVID-19 lockdowns ease.

Kinaway Contact Details

Web: https://www.kinaway.com.au
552 Victoria Street,
North Melbourne, VIC, 3051
(03) 9321 5388

Email: https://www.kinaway.com.au/contact

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