Aboriginal business keeps hundreds of staff employed during COVID-19
 pandemic

With support from Kinaway and a commitment to maintaining employment for hundreds of staff, a new Aboriginal business was born!

Aboriginal business keeps hundreds of staff employed during COVID-19
 pandemic

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Posted: 9 October 2020
      CMR 048 - Lachlan McPherson

 

Click on the play button above to hear the full interview with Lachlan McPherson

Click here to read/download the full interview transcript

 

Overview

Where many businesses have either folded or gone into hibernation during Victoria’s Stage 3 and Stage 4 coronavirus lockdowns, one Aboriginal business diversified – and kept hundreds of staff members in full employment without the loss of a single job.

Lachlan McPherson, co-founder of Thread Group spoke to Connection Matters Radio (CMR) how he and his parents turned the focus of a leading fashion manufacturer from fashion to Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).

 

Read or listen to the full interview for more information on this fabulous Aboriginal business success story

 

Click here to read/download the full interview transcript

Click on the play button below to hear the full interview with Lachlan McPherson

 

      CMR 048 - Lachlan McPherson

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