INTTN today with support from Industry, Government, Non-Profit, Private and Philanthropy Sectors published its Scoping Study: An Indigenous Nation Building Project.
The Study which conducted a desktop review and audit of the INTTN business model under terms of reference and a steering committee consisting of INTTN, Commonwealth and Government Representatives and independent consultants provides 11 strategic discussion and recommendation points.
Interviewee's for the study included a cross-sector of professionals, experts, government representatives, investment groups, traditional owners and community members from every state and territory across Australia.
The scoping study will now be a key strategic publication to inform INTTN business and collaboration opportunities going forward.
"It's great to conduct the scoping study in participatory way and reach conclusions and recommendations that will ultimately result in an improved customer experience and better way of doing business for everyone, a win-win". CEO, Mr. Jade S. Miller said.
Prior to formally conducting the scoping study INTTN announced it's 250 job target and the content will significantly contribute and inform when and how we will reach that target over 3 years.
For further information keep up to date via INTTN website.
INTTN acknowledges and thanks Indigenous Business Australia(IBA) and Kurnai Legal Practice for their support on the project.