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Paying it forward with Jocelyn King

Jocelyn King is Executive Director of Business Development and a proud Bundjalung woman. Here she shares her story of building First Australians C, and the work she's doing with Indigenous Businesses to support capacity building and moving capital to Country.

Deadly Ed

Deadly Ed is an Indigenous Education provider offering a range of school-based, corporate, government and community organisations with the opportunity to enhance their cultural awareness, increase cultural visibility, and offer unique ways for their staff, educators and/or students to get hands on with Indigenous culture.  Founders, Josh Brown (Worimi) and Kane Wright (Darug) say that it’s vitally important

Mainie – Celebrating Indigenous women artists through ethical and sustainable fashion

When Oprah Winfrey came to Australia in December 2010 for a show at the Sydney Opera House and stepped out on stage in a beautiful Camilla kaftan - the seeds of a new business were formed. At that moment, Charmaine Saunders, a Gunggari woman from South West Queensland, knew that she wanted to see Indigenous designs featured in the same way.  Immediately,

Position Paper: Brave action for a more just, impact-led economy

There are more opportunities than ever for further growth in the Indigenous business sector. Empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to build and grow sustainable enterprises will not only help boost economic and financial independence, but also create jobs, support families, and sustain culture.

Help build the First Nations economy

Strengthened by the investments of three major Australian impact investors, First Australians Capital invites other impact-focussed investors to support our work and the development of our Impact Enterprise Fund, helping to cultivate an inclusive economic system for the entire nation.

Our Supporters

Our supporters understand that investing with First Australians Capital is investing in an equitable and sustainable future.

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