Melbourne Business School, Murra Program

The leaders at Murra Program Dr Michelle Evans, program organiser Mitch Hibbins and Professor of Strategy Geoff Martin continues to support the Futures Forum network through engagement and in partnership with IBA supporting capability development opportunities.

The name Murra meaning ‘fish net” in the Woi Wurrung language of the Wurundjeri tribe of Melbourne. Murra started as an idea through consultation with Kinaway Victorian chambers of commerce as to how support indigenous business economics through working the community they were able to understand what educational and business acumen program people were interested in and what was needed. Then from community engagement and consultation the Murra program emerged into this six-part masterclass program.

This master class if for Indigenous entrepreneur or professional and would like the tools to grow your business and develop economic opportunities for your community.

Murra Indigenous Business Program includes;

  • Course is designed for indigenous entrepreneurs and professionals
  • Grow and consolidate your business, organisation and career
  • Understand key areas that are vital to success strategy, finance, marketing, people and talent, negotiations and leadership
  • Tools to grow your business and develop economic opportunities for your community

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For more info – mbs.edu/short-courses/murra-indigenous-business-program

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