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NTIBN is set to host the 2025 World Indigenous Business Forum in Darwin.

This prestigious global event will bring together Indigenous business leaders, entrepreneurs, and advocates from around the world to share ideas, network and build relationships. 

It is expected to attract more than 1000 delegates from over 20 countries. The forum will provide a platform for Indigenous businesses to showcase their products and services. 

It will also feature workshops and seminars on topics such as innovation, finance and marketing. 

The forum will provide an unparalleled opportunity for First Nations organisations in Australia to showcase their businesses and harness the sector’s growth and expansion by listening, learning and collaborating with Indigenous business leaders, entrepreneurs and advocates from around the globe. 

NTIBN chief executive Jerome Cubillo hailed this announcement as a significant milestone for the Territory. 

“This is a remarkable opportunity for us to showcase the ingenuity and innovation of our dynamic Indigenous businesses,” he says. 

“The WIBF will also serve as a valuable platform for Indigenous businesses from around the world to connect, exchange knowledge and forge new partnerships.” 

Mr Cubillo says Australia’s Indigenous business sector could leverage the event to establish and revitalise international trade partnerships. 

With a proven track record of hosting successful Aboriginal Economic Development Forums, everyone knows NTIBN is well placed to deliver a unique event. 

Chair Naomi Anstess say: “The 2025 WIBF will bring together business and culture from around the globe, demonstrating First Nations models of enterprise and ways of doing business that are the envy of the world. It will also highlight 60,000 years of Indigenous knowledge and sustainability coming to the fore for the good of the planet and people.” 

Exclusive sponsorship opportunities are now open. Please contact NTIBN for more information. 

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