IPS have been engaged by the Department of Communities and Housing to work with the Looma Aboriginal community, identifying new business models to support the housing maintenance program in their community, which is just over 110km outside of Derby, WA.
The community have spent a lot of time identifying new ways of developing business opportunities.
"It was great to be invited in by the community to support their aspirations," IPS Business Consultant Scott Anderson said.
"CEO of Looma Inc, Beno Pindan has been lobbying for support and was very happy to get the opportunity to work with our IPS Consultants to provide support for their aspirations."
The Board of Looma were fully invested in developing new opportunities and this was represented by their active participation across both days.
"We came away from Looma community feeling excited for the opportunities moving forward," Scott said.
Looma is an Aboriginal community of just over 300 people, and lies three hours east of Broome in the Kimberley region.
IPS Consultants Helen Skiadis, Jahna Cedar and Scott Anderson at Cable Beach following their visit to Looma Community