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Podcast 71. Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss the taxation basics that underpin starting a new Yolngu business
Podcast 72. Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss the role of ASIC, what happens when an Administrator is appointed, and why it's best to start as a small business
Podcast 61. Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard start a conversation about how Yolngu artists and craft workers can get more income for their work.
Podcast 62. Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss more about modern trading
Podcast No.38 Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen discuss business ideas for natural pearls in Arnhem Land. Click here to learn more!
Podcast No.36 Richard Trudgen and Nikunu Yunupingu get tough on business: "Stop waiting for Government to give you money to start your business. Save and start with your own money!"
Podcast No.35 Nikunu Yunupingu tells Richard Trudgen that many people are still confused about what business really is because Yolngu see a lot of non-private businesses on community. Click here to learn more!
Podcast No.34 Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen discuss what's holding Yolngu back from starting their own businesses and begin to demystify Balanda business.
Podcast No.16 Interested in starting a business but not sure how? Here’s where to start – and it’s not a business plan!
Podcast No.13 What's the story behind Yolngu international trade with the Macassans? Find out why it stopped and what that means for Yolngu today.
Podcast No.9 Are you signing a contract? Here are some very important things to know before you do.
Podcast No.8 Why do all business have to have an ABN? What is GST? Here are some easy answers.
Podcast No.20 What is GST? What do the letters stand for and what does it mean? Listen to it being explained here.
Podcast No.6B Is it ok for Yolngu to talk about business and what does the government think? Any why doesn't the government give Yolngu more money for projects?
Podcast No. 4 Listen here if you want to understand the true place of business and economics in Yolngu culture.