Our director Matthew Karakoulakis had graduated from MURRA Indigenous Business Masterclass last month.
Congratulations to MURRA Gen 9 who just finished the program and we are very proud of Matthew and excited to see him share his knowledge and experiences.
The MURRA Indigenous Business Master Class Program is a series of six Masterclasses for established Indigenous Australian business owners and leaders, supported by Indigenous Business Australia, BP, Supply Nation, First Australians Capital, Ian O Williamson, Kinaway Chamber of Commerce Vic and The University of Melbourne.
MURRA is named after the word for “fish net” in the Woi Wurrung language of the Wurundjeri people of Melbourne.
It represents a gathering of Indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals who are joined by a common purpose to develop business opportunities for the benefit of their communities.
“The friendships we have made are everlasting. It is an honour and a blessing as we step forward with the culture and guidance into our amazing and extraordinary journeys to keep on creating, expanding, exploring and delivering as the best most authentic versions of ourselves into business excellence for ourselves, our clients and our community.” Said Matthew Karakoulakis.”
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