Northern Territory Indigenous Business Network has partnered with Territory Q to produce the first Blak Business Magazine, due for release in February 2024.
Blak Business is a members only premium business and industry magazine promoting Indigenous businesses and allied companies who are registered with NTIBN.
Produced by Campaign Edge Sprout, we are an independent, private enterprise determined to offer an integrated platform that will promote and distribute a premium publication to the entire business community. This magazine will help engage in sharing information, story telling, and creating pathways to doing business with all levels of business in the Northern Territory.
It is a high-quality annual supported by NTIBN to showcase exceptional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses, entrepreneurs and allied organisations that are making a positive impact in the Northern Territory business sector.
This is your opportunity to tell your story in a company profile or advert that will give you 12 months exposure directly to companies you may not already be doing business with or to people you want to showcase your support for genuine business opportunities that you provide for Aboriginal people.
Blak Business magazine is positioned to leverage off Territory Q subscription database, professional publishing capabilities and online social media resources.
This is an opportunity that NTIBN is providing to their membership base. NTIBN members will get a 30% discount to take part, including professional photography and a journalist to profile your business. Registered allied companies are also extended an opportunity to profile their organisation and communicate to stakeholders how they take responsibility for making changes that help Indigenous people and businesses become successful by using their credibility to create a more inclusive environment for Indigenous people to thrive in. This is an opportunity to showcase the great advancement in business capabilities, self-determination and innovative Blak businesses to a broader range of clients who are looking to engage and do business. Territory Q are supporting NTIBN to highlight economic participation and social prosperity of Indigenous Australians by encouraging, supporting, empowering and building the capacity of Indigenous businesses.