Indigenous Australian Entrepreneurs: Not all community organisations, Not all in the outback
The media, academic publications and parliamentary speeches typically perceive Indigenous business enterprises as 'community' run ventures. This blanket characterisation is inadequate as it renders the individual Indigenous urban entrepreneur invisible and unconsidered. Confusion in public reporting and accountability has resulted in misconceptions that cloud the image of what a successful Indigenous entrepreneur is. In addition, previous published literature seems skewed towards the rural or...[Show more]
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