Economic Development – Organisational Strategic and Business Planning

Armstrong Muller Consulting have, over the past 20 years, been involved in a wide and varied range of strategic and business planning projects for indigenous communities in SA, WA, NT and Queensland in diverse fields such as hospitality, community services and small business development. Projects have included strategic and business planning for cafes and galleries, mining related activities, accommodation, labour hire, fuel outlets, broad-acre cereal and sheep properties, tourism ventures, building companies, revegetation nurseries and community stores.

Our team can assist through an early analysis of the proponent’s current status, identifying achievable goals and timelines, and developing productive partnerships with industry or regional partners where appropriate.  We ensure ongoing and open communication and facilitation with the indigenous organisations. Our experience in remote communities enables us to take into consideration the challenges of isolation and to plan for realistic outcomes and the need for future planning and review.

Our consultants can demonstrate the broad base of experience required to deliver a successful outcome, including a substantial amount of work with the commercial sector.

Some examples of projects that AMC have done in this field.

  • Preparation of business plans for Aboriginal owned enterprises to provide services to mining companies in joint arrangements with Tier 2 suppliers
  • Preparation of guidelines for spending on Social Programs for a number of Indigenous Groups in receipt of royalty income
  • Facilitated a Joint Venture for a 104-lot residential land project
  • Assist with negotiations and planning for an Indigenous owned building supply company.
  • Developed Business plans for communities in remote and regional areas including the West Coast of South Australia, Maralinga Tjaratju Lands, APY Lands, Tiwi Islands, Groote Eylandt, Darwin region, Arnhem Land, Kimberleys.