The Indigenous Business Advisory Group brings strong voices and experience to the table to help inform and drive a better understanding of the issues impacting the Indigenous business sector.
The Group welcomes input and feedback from across the sector, if you would like to contact the Indigenous Business Advisory Group to raise an issue or ask a question, please email us via email@example.com
Member representatives are comprised of Registered or Certified Suppliers who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
Experienced Aboriginal businesswoman, Jane Tittums established Naanda in 2009 and then joined forces with Pilbara business owner Ian Bright in 2018.
Jane has more than 30 years experience in owning and operating her own businesses, 20 years experience as a certified trainer/assessor and 8 years experience in HSE – Health Safety and Environment. Jane has excellent, first hand understanding of how things work in the mining, oil and gas, private and government sectors.
Something Wild Australia
Self-proclaimed foodie, Daniel Motlop became General Manager and part-owner of Something Wild Australia in 2016.
As a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander man, Daniel is passionate about promoting the ethical, sustainable and permitted use of native Australian ingredients.
With a focus on engaging and supporting Indigenous foragers and suppliers, Daniel has become an advocate for educating consumers on the ethical harvesting of these products. He hopes that the current trend spotlighting Indigenous food will help build a sustainable industry that is respectful and beneficial to Aboriginal communities and Traditional Land Owners.
Raymond Pratt is born of proud Western Arrernte heritage. Ray is the director of DICE Australia and associated companies which include Dice Contracting, Dice Renascent and AlphaDice.
Ray pursued his early dream of becoming an electrician and spent many years working in remote Australia which eventually led to the creation of DICE over a decade ago in Darwin. A 100% Indigenous owned electrical contractor, DICE is a leading service provider in electrical contracting, smart energy, and construction.
Troy founded PSG Holdings in partnership with Shane Jacobs in 2011. Troy’s Indigenous heritage is from the Wiradjuri
people who were the first inhabitants of central western NSW.
PSG Holdings is an established construction company specialising in commercial, industrial, government,
defence and education projects. With over 150 employees nationally and an annual turnover of $60 million, PSG Holdings has demonstrated its ability to successfully deliver large scale commercial projects and prides themselves on gaining repeat business through customer satisfaction.
Tagai Management Consultants
Murray Saylor is a procurement and sustainable community specialist and a Torres Strait Islander from Darnley Island (Erub). Murray is the founder and Managing Director of Tagai Management Consultants.
Murray is a passionate business owner, procurement specialist, trainer, mentor and community leader with over 20 years of diverse government policy, procurement, supply chain management, program management, security and intelligence and community development experience in the Government (Australia) and commercial sector (Rio Tinto and AngloAmerican Coal).
As an Indigenous woman with a powerful personal story of the effectiveness of leadership development, Rachelle Towart has elevated awareness of the importance of Indigenous leadership and governance capacity to the national stage.
Renowned for her warmth, vision and ability to build support for ideas, Rachelle thrives working at the intersection of two worlds, working with Indigenous communities and leading Australian organisations to achieve tangible outcomes.
As a businesswoman and social entrepreneur, Carol Vale brings to her work insights and experience in understanding the commercial and cultural value that embedding cultural diversity and gender equity for Indigenous women can bring to organisational development and growth.
This insight stems from a career that spans almost three decades in government and more recently as the Chief Executive Officer of Murawin, a successful consultancy Indigenous business. Murawin diversified their focus in 2016 to establish Game Enough? which brings to the market Australian game-meat and native plant flavoured products. Carol has recently established The Morning Sky Project which is a Social Change Project and has a key focus on economic empowerment and providing entrepreneurial opportunities for Indigenous young people and women.