If you’re at IBECC 2016 tomorrow and looking to hear from Indigenous technology pioneers who are breaking the stereotypes of both their respective mainstream and Indigenous spaces, then come along to this session that will be informative, insightful and inspiring. 1.30 pm at the UWA Business School.

This is an open forum that will critically engage with the tech innovation space. The reasons ‘why’ Aboriginal businesses should engage with new technologies will become more and more apparent. Embrace change and unlock your future potential.

I’m honoured to have been invited to sit on this panel with these interesting technology visionary’s which includes Tom Goerke, the Director of Cisco Innovation Centres Australia who knows just about everything there is to know about innovation and technology. Justine Kinney, Director of Cultural Creative Agency who has been an integral part of the development of each of the 3 Indigenous technology companies on the panel. Todd Russell, the Creator of CAT the online Cultural Awareness Training platform and Kali Balint, the Creator of the Trakka app which is a one-stop-shop for all things Indigenous in your area and of course I’m there to talk about iWork.

Please join us and be part of a discussion that is relevant to an all-encompassing and exciting global movement. It’s not all about the Resources Industry anymore.