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Victorian Aboriginal Businesses Recognised at Inaugural Kinaway Awards

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Published: 31 October 2021
Categories: Community | Video

On the evening of the 29th of October 2021, Kinaway Chamber of Commerce held its inaugural business awards.

Kinaway CEO, Wotjobaluk man Scott McCartney said: “We wanted to show the successes of [Victorian] Aboriginal businesses.

“There have been plenty of businesses that have struggled…but the one thing we don’t do enough of in our own mob, our own community, is celebrate successes.”

Conducted online due to COVID-19 restrictions still in place in Melbourne, the awards recognised business in nine distinct areas, including Social Media, Social Enterprise and Collaboration.

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