How we will support members of the platform

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The not-for-profit platform will aim to create, nurture and support a community of practice in the Australian disability entrepreneurship space.  We will support members to establish and operate money-generating endeavours, such as a monetised hobby/craft, a gig-based micro business, or a small business.  The supports the platform will provide will include:

(i)                 Mentoring;
(ii)               An internal peer support discussion board;
(iii)              A Resource Library (of existing resources and tailored resources for members);
(iv)              Webinars and online events;
(v)               Training, including micro-courses through the Griffith Business School;
(vi)              A blog and quarterly newsletter; and
(vii)            An online marketplace (link to fiverr.com).

In short, we aim to provide role models, peer support, resources and training to assist our members to establish and operate a successful and sustainable money-generating endeavour.

Australians who live with a disability for free, as can their carers and other people with an established connection to disability in Australia.  The fees associated with becoming a paid member and getting access to all of our services can be billed to the NDIS or other disability support.

At the moment, this service will be for any Australian who lives with a disability who is aged between 18 and 65.  We are currently considering extending the service to include young people aged 15 to 18.

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The not-for-profit platform will aim to create, nurture and support a community of practice in the Australian disability entrepreneurship space.  We will support members to establish and operate money-generating endeavours, such as a monetised hobby/craft, a gig-based micro business, or a small business.  The supports the platform will provide will include: (i) Mentoring; (ii) An internal peer support discussion board; (iii) A Resource Library (of existing resources and tailored resources for members); (iv) Webinars and online events; (v) Training, including micro-courses through the Griffith Business School; (vi) A blog and quarterly newsletter; and (vii) An online marketplace (link to fiverr.com). In short, we aim to provide role models, peer support, resources and training to assist our members to establish and operate a successful and sustainable money-generating endeavour. Australians who live with a disability for free, as can their carers and other people with an established connection to disability in Australia.  The fees associated with becoming a paid member and getting access to all of our services can be billed to the NDIS or other disability support. At the moment, this service will be for any Australian who lives with a disability who is aged between 18 and 65.  We are currently considering extending the service to include young people aged 15 to 18.

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