Change of Ownership
Hello you mob!
We would like to inform you of some changes that have been happening behind the scenes lately. Unfortunately as the owner of Indigenous Grapevine since it's beginning, I have to step away due to the changes in my commitments. This decision was not taken lightly, and I am humbled and honoured that Indigenous Grapevine has grown into what it is today. But this is not the end...
I have decided to hand the reigns over to my sister in-law Brenda, who is committed to keeping this business open for all of you. She has work with Indigenous Grapevine for the past 4 years in designing and other areas, as we have always been a family run business.
Brenda is a Mandubarra (Mamu), Kalkadoon,
Wuthathi, Ngadjonjii and Torres Strait Islander woman connectioned
to Waiben (Thursday Island). She is a recognised artist who also owns and operates her business malu.bajigal and I know that she is a going to give the business the love and commitment it deserves.
It is all of you mob that has made Indigenous Grapevine a success over the years, thank you so much for all of your support. I hope that the support can be continued as the business grows into something even greater!