New business set for success

Raquel Todd is a proud Banyjima and Kariyarra woman and the Co-Founder of Blak Line Industries, a majority-owned and operated Aboriginal business composed of seven different Traditional Owner families.

Founded in 2022, Blak Line Industries provides design, signage, and printing services throughout Australia with the goal of positively impacting the lives of Aboriginal people by providing jobs and supporting local Aboriginal communities.

As a client of the Waalitj Hub, Raquel is thrilled to collaborate with her Business Coach, Rob Barton, to expand her business.

“The Waalitj Hub is instrumental to the Aboriginal business economy because it provides a safe platform for like-minded businesses and individuals to come together and share knowledge, as well as build their businesses,” said Raquel.

Raquel highlighted the importance of the Hub’s meeting rooms in helping Blak Line Industries get off the ground. “The Hub meeting spaces have been integral to our success,” she said. “They’re spacious and well-equipped with the latest technology for online meetings and collaborations. This has enabled us to engage with clients and service providers from the start.”

“Our team at Blak Line Industries is committed to providing outstanding products and services to our clients. We will strive to help them take their branding and marketing efforts to the next level.”

Raquel’s Hub business coach Rob Barton said he finds it inspiring to work with Aboriginal businesses such as Blak Line Industries.

“Blak Line is demonstrating the potential for success in the market through their dedication to providing excellent service and value,” said Rob.

“I’m excited to see Blak Line become a leader in the industry and set a positive example for other Aboriginal businesses,” he added.

To find out more about the Waalitj Hub, click here.

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