Another Aboriginal business avoids disaster. Pivots, refocuses and moves forward with success.

Ainawan man and founding director of Jarrah Integrated Services talks on CMR about the journey from near disaster to new opportunities

Another Aboriginal business avoids disaster. Pivots, refocuses and moves forward with success.

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Posted: 21 October 2020
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With a great deal of its business relying on its big customers having staff working from office complexes, Aboriginal-owned and -operated Jarrah Integrated Services was facing near disaster. Like many others, though, clear thinking and an eye towards new opportunities, the business pivoted, refocused and moved forward to take advantage of new opportunities.

Duration: 9min 36sec
Broadcast: Wednesday 21 October 2020

 

Guests

  • Chadd Croshaw

    Founding Director of Jarrah Integrated Services, Anaiwan man, Chadd Croshaw

 

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