Territory Stories

DKA yarns : Stories from the heart of Australia

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Title

DKA yarns : Stories from the heart of Australia

Other title

Desert Knowledge Australia newsletter

Creator

Desert Knowledge Australia

Collection

DKA yarns : Stories from the heart of Australia; E-Journals; PublicationNT; DKA yarns : Stories from the heart of Australia

Date

2021-07-15

Location

Alice Springs

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This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Arid regions; Deserts; Research; Periodicals

Publisher name

Desert Knowledge Australia

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

DKA yarns : Stories from the heart of Australia

Volume

Newsletter #7, 21 July 2021

File type

application/pdf

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2021C00044

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/838679

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/838680

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15/07/2021 DKA Yarns #7: Stories from the heart of Australia https://mailchi.mp/dka.com.au/dka-yarns-7-stories-from-the-heart-of-australia?e=68e3270155 7/9 the Business & Innovation Centre, where they are being mentored by DKA CEO Dan Tyson. Visit the Stick Mob website DKACCELERATOR DKAccelerator launches to support First Nations entrepreneurs In May, DKA launched DKAccelerator a program to support the development and growth of First Nations enterprises in Central Australia. A cohort of five Indigenous entrepreneurs were selected to be part of the program, and accelerate the growth of their business through hands-on operational support, responsive mentorship, project-based learning, peer-to-peer leadership, and digital technology innovation. The program is being delivered over a six-month period between May and November 2021, where entrepreneurs will progress through four stages of development. The five Central Australian businesses are: Spinifex Skateboards; an Eastern Arrernte skate brand and youth program Kere to Country; a disruptive social enterprise addressing food security Standley Chasm; a leading Arrernte culture tourism enterprise Framed in Alice; custom picture framers of local art and memorabilia Stick Mob Studio; a graphic novel group creating stories inspired by lived experiences Read more Image: The DKAccelerator team and First Nations entrepreneurs at the program launch. Subscribe Past Issues Translate https://www.stickmobstudio.com.au/ https://www.dka.com.au/stories/dka-launches-new-program-to-support-indigenous-enterprises http://eepurl.com/ghFaoj https://us17.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=0dc9d8ee750809bfa0386acdd&id=40e0a742e6 javascript:;