Northern Territory Indigenous Business Network (NTIBN)
The Northern Territory Indigenous Business Network (NTIBN) was created for the purpose of establishing, nurturing and growing a interconnected network of Indigenous owned businesses throughout the Northern Territory.
NTIBN is an incorporated association under the Northern Territory (NT) Associations Act and was established with the core focus of assisting NT Indigenous Businesses to build capacity, access commercial opportunities and have a representative voice.
Officially launched in 2010, the organisation has maintained a commitment to delivering benefits to its members and to help increase the economic participation and social prosperity of Indigenous Australians.
The NTIBN has differentiated itself from other peak bodies by establishing a robust ‘Indigenous Business Certification’ process, ensuring that members needing ongoing certification continuously fulfil the Indigneous ownership requirements.
Renee Long - Chief Executive Officer0497 711 903 email@example.com www.ntibn.com.au/
Renee’ Long is an Arrente, Walpiri and Waramangu woman with strong ongoing connections to land and family in the southern and western Barkly Regions, and is a native title holder for Alice Springs.
Renee’ is a long term Territorian who has had an extensive career in the public sector in both State and Federal Governments. Working across a broad range of projects that include policy development, program management and service delivery has led to developing high level contract management skills and experience.
Renee’ also has extensive knowledge of the Northern Territory and has a high level of remote service delivery experience.
Working across several regions in the Northern Territory has given her the opportunity to work with organisations to build their capabilities and confidence when dealing with government and key stakeholders.
Renee’ has a Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and also has qualifications in Government Contracting and Procurement and PRINCE2 Project Management.