The Minister for Small Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development Shannon Fentiman hosted the QUT Bluebox ImpaQt event at Parliament House on Monday. The event highlighted the significant impact social enterprises make to the economy and social challenges of society.

Bama Services and Cape York Timber were honoured to be invited to share our story. We are excited to be involved with other like-minded enterprises and collectively take up the challenge to create 5,000 jobs for disadvantaged people across the State. A special thank you to the team at ImpaQt powered by QUT Bluebox, Lisa Siganto, Luke Terry and Jemima Welsh for making it all happen.

Pictured (L to R): Luke Terry, Paul Inglis (Bama’s Support & Wellbeing Manager), Ranjan Rajagopal (Bama’s General Manager) and Minister Shannon Fentiman.