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First Australians Capital 2022 Christmas Catalogue

The holiday season is just around the corner, and we are proud to announce our 2022 Christmas Catalogue! Buy Blak this Christmas and purchase gifts that create impact as you support the ever-growing Indigenous business sector.

Deadly Ed – Uplifting the next generation  

Deadly Ed is an education provider on a mission to support and uplift the next generation of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children as they learn about Community and Culture. They offer schools and corporates an opportunity to connect and learn about Aboriginal history, Country and culture.  Kane Wright (Left) and Josh Brown (Right). Founded by Josh Brown (Worimi) and

IMECNT – Taking action to build a sustainable employment opportunities for local communities. 

Tom McQueen, IMECNT Indigenous Director and Chief Pilot about to launch IMECNT’s (FAC funded)  UAVLiDAR system (Innoflight SL800 Australian made drone fitted with a USALiDAR Laser Scanner)  at Kakadu. Indigenous Mining and Energy Consultants NT (IMECNT) are dedicated to building sustainable employment opportunities for local communities.   IMECNT is an Indigenous-owned and managed enterprise that provides consultancy and

Benang – Creating a better tomorrow

Benang, a multi-disciplinary construction and maintenance group are using business to create impact for their local communities. The FAC value of Entrepreneurial Spirit is embodied by the team at Benang, which means ‘tomorrow’ in Noongar Language.  For the team at Benang, it means to be forward-thinking, and to provide the highest value for their customers and

First Australians Capital is excited to announce our new funding partnership with MECCA M-Power.  

Lisa Keenan (M-Power), Jane Pound (FAC), Tarni Fisher (FAC) and Michelle Noble (M-Power) at M-Power Launch event in Naarm  First Australians Capital is excited to announce our new funding partnership with MECCA M-Power.   “Supporting Indigenous women’s economic security and independence is a significant priority for First Australians Capital, we believe that investing in women-led enterprises results

South West Pipe Relining – growing young entrepreneurs in regional Victoria

Jay Stuart, founder, and Managing Director of South West Pipe Relining (SWPR), is gaining marketshare within the trenchless pipe rehabilitation industry whilst also being a leader in his local community.  South West Pipe Relining, based in Warrnambool, Victoria, is a specialised company that provides high-quality trenchless pipe rehabilitation services across private and government sectors.    Jay Stuart However, it is not all business for

TARNI FISHER – utilising financial knowledge to make everlasting impact

Tarni Fisher is a Kuku Nyungkal woman from Cairns living on Yuggera Country in Brisbane. Her deep passion for helping others led her to pursue a role at First Australians Capital where she can enable change for her community. "I was at a stage in my career where I was looking to do something meaningful," she

The importance of Indigenous Economic Self-Determination within Investment Strategies

In recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ rights to self-determination, First Australians capital is empowering Indigenous entrepreneurs to create a new economy driven by First Australians for First Australians.  We recognise the significant opportunity to build the Indigenous business sector and – by extension – the Australian economy.

Yilam is Changing the Australian camping experience.

Kaley and Joanne Nicholson, the Co-Founders of Yilam, are a mother and daughter pair on a mission to create inclusive camping gear and on Country getaways that are accessible and exciting for everyday Australians. Connecting to Country has myriad benefits; this includes increased well-being, improvement in respect for the land and the opportunity to bring communities