How Indigenous brands are turning a wave of support into lasting change

Brands like Ngali are looking to increase their reach through retail partnerships. Image: Supplied
For designer and Wiradjuri woman Denni Francisco, raising the profile of Indigenous brands like Ngali, the women’s fashion label she started two years ago, isn’t about driving her own success.  “The success of Indigenous businesses means greater support and contribution to our communities and more Indigenous employment,” she told Inside Retail. According to Supply Nation, Indigenous businesses are 100 times more likely to employ Indigenous staff. So when a retailer decides to stock

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