Friday, April 17, 2009

KBN Indigenous Economic Development Conference: Murrinbidja Trade Fair

2009 Murrinbidja Trade Fair & Business Showcase

In celebration and recognition of Reconciliation Week 2009, the Murrinbidja Trade Fair and Business Showcase is a significant component of Yulkuum-Jerrang, the second KBN Indigenous Economic Development Conference. The Trade Fair provides an excellent opportunity for corporate buyers and the public to purchase goods, services and products from Indigenous businesses.

The first day of Murrinbidja on Wednesday 27 May will be open to both the public and buyers and will remain open for the duration of the Conference. Murrinbidja will provide an opportunity for businesses to sell, network and promote their business over three days. Training and assistance for Indigenous businesses wishing to participate is available.

It is expected that there will be up to 50 businesses and agencies participating in the Trade Fair, to be held between 27 - 29 May 2009.

27 May 2009 10am - 6pm
Open to Corporate Buyers and the General Public
Official Ministerial Launch at 10am

28 & 29 May 2009
Open to Conference Delegates

Exhibition Booths
Each stand comes equipped with:

  • 2.4m high Velcro compatible back wall stepped sides
  • One corflute sign (1800mm long x 200mm high). Computer cut vinyl lettering (max. 26 characters)
  • Single general power outlet
  • Two spotlights per booth

Please note the exhibition will not include manned security. If you have valuable equipment on your display stand it is advised that it is removed when left unattended.


* Government and Corporate businesses = $1,400.00 + GST
* Indigenous businesses = $700.00 + GST
* Victorian Indigenous businesses = $200.00 + GST

Individual Display Items

Individual design, extra power and lighting, furniture and pot plants can be arranged with the exhibition booth providers at additional cost. Details will be provided on booking. Prior notice of any oversize or overweight display items should be given to ensure adequate access is available.

For cancellation the following applies:

* Two months or more prior to conference - 50% refund
* Less than two months prior to conference - no refund.

Exhibition Times

The Exhibition will be open from 10am Wednesday 27 May 2009 through 3pm Friday 29 May 2009.

Please note: All exhibitors passes exclude access to conference sessions.
Exhibition Booking Form & Floor Plan

To book an Exhibition Booth please complete the Murrinbidja Trade Fair & Business Showcase Booking Form and fax it to Conference Works on + 61 3 9870 1723.

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