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Beebes Photos – Maryanne Beebe

Beebes Photos – Maryanne Beebe

I come from the Kimberley, on a station. When I was 11 years old, we moved to Kununurra, and I lived here all my life. I’m 55. I’m a photographer. I picked it up later on in my life. I sell water bottles, pictures, bags, clothing prints. At TAFE I’m doing a business...

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Starting a Business

Starting a Business

STARTING A BUSINESS Starting a Business can be tricky, but not when you have the right tools and resources to help you. XERO have put out a great infographic that helps you with 6 steps to take action on, to help you turn your business idea into reality.    ...

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FREE RESOURCE Wild Seed Design

FREE RESOURCE Wild Seed Design

Subscribe to 'The Garden Shed magazine' which is a seasonal, digital magazine with design and business tools to help startups. The latest edition has lots of info about branding (an ultimate checklist), hashtags and how to register your business. The magazine was...

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Indigenous Business Ideation Program

Indigenous Business Ideation Program

Are you an aspiring or emerging Maganda Maker? You may be interested in joining this FREE recommended program: 1 hour a week for 4 weeks online, 330pm, AWST. “Supporting you to navigate through the challenges of starting and building a business through our 4 week...

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Maganda Makers Story Weaver

Maganda Makers Story Weaver

Hello Beautiful Ladies!  I just wanted to introduce myself.  I’m the Maganda Makers Story Weaver.  I’m also a PhD Candidate at the Centre for Social Impact at Swinburne University. I look forward to sharing more about our research in the weeks/months to come.  ...

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Our relationship to money

Our relationship to money

"Our relationship with money can have a huge impact on the success of our businesses. In this series, four First Nations business founders share their journey into business and how they developed a positive relationship with money and business financial literacy. We...

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Unleashing Kimberley Indigenous women's economic empowerment for self-determination.

A Kimberley Indigenous Women’s led grassroots initiative nurturing, championing and supporting Kimberley Indigenous Women in Business (aspiring, emerging, established and growing)

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Featuring today, photographer Maganda Maker, Kathleen Cox. “Hi everyone, my name is Kathleen Cox and one of my hobbies is taking photos of the natural environment. I have created this Instagram page so I can share my photographs with you all. One of my goals is to create a coffee table book of my images. I look forward to your following, and please pass on my page to your friends and families and Insta buddies. Thank you. Kathleen.”#kathleencoxphotography #photography #justanotherdayinwa #letyourselfgo #penderbay #goombaragin #goombaraginecoretreat #dampierpeninsula #waitoc #ardioperators #naturallandscape #photos #saltwaterwoman #westernaustralia #visitwa #igaustralia #deadly #thekimberleyaustralia #thekimberley #backyardphotography ... See MoreSee Less
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Business Club Captain

Natasha Short

Maganda Makers Business Club Captain and Managing Director of Kimberley Jiyigas

Phone // 0409 156 756 

Business Club Manager

Maree Cutler-Naroba

Maganda Makers Business Club Manager and Business Coach

Phone // 0488 077 034