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Joint Venture Workshops Registrations Open

The Waalitj Hub has partnered with the Australian Institute of Management WA to design and develop the Indigenous Joint Ventures Workshops to provide Indigenous entrepreneurs with knowledge and strategies to deliver better outcomes for themselves through commercial Joint Ventures.

The one-day workshops are tailored towards Indigenous Entrepreneurs looking at establishing a joint venture with non-Indigenous parties or those in an existing joint venture arrangement.

The Prospective Workshops will cover:

• An introduction to JV’s
• Why enter a JV – benefits and risks?
• Types of JV arrangements
• Business relationships, balance of power and code of behaviour
• Black cladding issues
• Questions to ask of and about your potential JV partner
• Principles of good governance in JV arrangements
• Negotiating the terms and conditions

The Existing Workshops will cover:

• Criteria for evaluating your JV
• Types of JV arrangements
• Questions to ask of and about your JV partner
• Business relationships, balance of power and code of behaviour
• Black cladding issue
• Principles of good governance in JV arrangements
• Roles and responsibilities of Directors, Management and Shareholders
• Introduction to financial statements for Directors
• Re-negotiating the terms and conditions of your JV

Sessions will be led by Gemma Nugent, a specialist construction, engineering and consulting contract lawyer. As the Principal Lawyer at SoundLegal, Gemma helps construction, engineering, consulting and light industrial businesses to create and negotiate clear, plain English contracts, so they can achieve great project outcomes.

To register visit our events page

The Waalitj Hub supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people wanting to start, grow or sustain their businesses through a combination of in-house business coaching and access to professional support and is supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency and Corporate partners. Find out more.

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