Ipswich Indigenous Entrepreneurs Coming Together

On Monday, 30 October 2017 Tagai Management Consultants co-hosted with Ngiyani Pty Ltd the Ipswich Black Business Coffee Networking & Meet-up at Seeds Coffee (owned by Torres Strait Islander entrepreneur, Tamara Haworth).

The event was one of many nationwide events throughout October celebrating Indigenous Business Month.

17 aspiring and inspiring entrepreneurs, a local government Councillor and IBA attended the coffee event with a spirit of respect for country, collaboration and motivation to not just strengthen their business journey but, to ensure the community benefits.

Old connections were energised, new connections were started and all participants agreed that the event which built upon the coffee events hosted by the Southeast Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce is a catalyst for Indigenous entrepreneurs in the Ipswich region to create a business ecosystem that encourages, learning, collaboration, strong relationships and community.

The next event is scheduled for Monday, 27 November 2017 at The Secret Garden, 241 Brisbane Street, Ipswich Qld and on the  focused agenda will be some professional development, government insights and Tagai Management Consultants will deliver a procurement session.

Tagai Management Consultants is proud to support the Ipswich Black Business Coffee Networking & Meet up events.  Tagai Management Consultants "MAXIMISING OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE".



$10,000 Futures in Health Scholarship

Currently, only 0.3% of Australia's health workforce identifies as Indigenous, as this under represetation has a number of major implications for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders accessing healthcare services.

House Call Doctor, an after hours GP service is hoping to help address this imbalance, and shed some light on this important community health topic. To achieve greater awareness, they are offering a $10,000 Futures in Health Scholarship to Indigenous students completing a tertiary course in health or medicine.

The Futures in Health Scholarship also has the support of one of Australia’s first Indigenous doctors, Dr Mark Wenitong.


House Call Doctor are receiving applications via:

Applications close on the 15th of December 2017.