The use and benefits of ebusiness to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres: Summary of key findings from Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Marketing

The use and benefits of ebusiness to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres: Summary of key findings from Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Marketing Report

  • Author(s): Iris Bendor, Tim Acker
  • Published: 2015

Abstract: This paper provides a summary of an Honours project investigating how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff in art centres use ebusiness and whether the practices they have adopted are of benefit. This research was identified as a priority of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Economies research project, part of the wider research program of the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation (CRC-REP). The overall purpose of the Art Economies research project is to contribute to the resilience of remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art businesses. The study looked at ebusiness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres by asking three questions: 1. How is ebusiness currently being used in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres? 2a. What are the benefits and opportunities of wider use of ebusiness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres? 2b. What are the drawbacks and barriers to wider use of ebusiness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres? 3. Which ebusiness practices in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres are effective and which are ineffective?

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Iris Bendor, Tim Acker, 2015, The use and benefits of ebusiness to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres: Summary of key findings from Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Marketing, Report, viewed 15 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2570.

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