2022 Indigenous Business Month
33 Creative, together with Dr Michelle Evans of the MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program and Leesa Watego of Iscariot Media and their teams, led another successful Indigenous Business Month in the month of October. The theme for the 8th Indigenous Business Month was “Actions Today, Impact Tomorrow” which called upon First Nations business owners and non-Indigenous allies to gather online and in community to look at our actions today and how they impact our tomorrow.
As business leaders, we wear many hats. Inspiring the next generation of business leaders is one – what we say and do today in our communities could be the spark that inspires our businesses of tomorrow.
Indigenous Business Month Awards
2022 saw the highest number of award applications in the last three years and a particular growth in the number of Regional Indigenous Businesses getting on board.
This year’s winners were:
- Regional Indigenous Business Award – James and Sarah Thomas, South Coast Seaweed
- I2I Award – Adam Sarota, Bridgeman
- Indigenous Digital Inventiveness Award – Rachel Sarra, Sarra Creative Pty Ltd
- Indigenous Ingenuity Award – Aboriginal Carbon Foundation
- PwC Murra Boost Initiative winner – Healthy Dreaming
Indigenous Business Month is about shining the light on those that are doing amazing things. We encourage everyone to get across the activity of this year’s award winners and keep an eye to other Indigenous Businesses achieving remarkable things. As Indigenous Businesses we should recognise, value and reward our Actions Today, having positive Impact Tomorrow.