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Murgon Black Coffee – Hosted by FNP Recruitment, Stanwell & South Burnett Regional Council

May 14 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

- Free

Murgon Black Coffee – Hosted by FNP Recruitment, Stanwell & South Burnett Regional Council

During the entire month of May, Black Coffee Indigenous Business Network will turn purple on a national scale. The month of May marks Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Queensland, an annual initiative to raise community awareness of domestic and family violence and coercive control, and the support services available. Here at BC HQ we are proudly supporting the nationwide campaign and hard work of GaWun Supplies by elevating awareness via the Black Coffee platform and strong mob networks. Every Black Coffee gathering will turn purple to support and raise awareness. To get behind this incredibly deadly & brave campaign we urge you to support and purchase the purple shirt for change or wear a purple shirt to your May Black Coffee event!

Black Coffee is a grassroots First Nations business networking opportunity held in regions across Australia each month to provide a platform to connect micro and small business owners. First Nations business owners, professionals, and their supporters are invited to get together and have a yarn.

Murgon’s first Black Coffee Event will be hosted by FNP Recruitment, Stanwell & South Burnett Regional Council:

FNP Recruitment

FNP Recruitment, located in the South Burnett region of Queensland, is a 100% Indigenous-owned recruitment agency focused on championing Indigenous employment and career advancement. We specialise in connecting Indigenous talent with opportunities that foster career growth and self-determination. With a deep respect for the strength and diversity of Indigenous cultures, FNP Recruitment is committed to promoting equality, inclusion, and empowerment in the workforce. Our mission is to support Indigenous professionals in finding roles where they can thrive, contribute, and lead. At FNP Recruitment, we’re driven by the belief in creating opportunities that enable individuals and communities to prosper on their own terms.


Stanwell is a major provider of electricity and energy solutions to Queensland, the National Electricity Market and large energy users along the eastern seaboard of Australia.  Stanwell is developing a pipeline of renewable energy and storage projects throughout Queensland, finding cleaner ways to reliably generate and store electricity for customers and deliver on the Queensland Government’s renewable energy targets of 70% by 2032 and 80% by 2035.  Stanwell’s portfolio includes over 3,000 MW of renewable energy under contract, in construction or development as well as two of the most efficient and reliable coal fired power stations in Australia—the Tarong power stations near Kingaroy and Stanwell Power Station west of Rockhampton.

Stanwell is driving the development of Queensland’s hydrogen industry and the use of other new technologies, with a $117 million FEED study underway to progress the development of the country’s largest renewable hydrogen export hub in Gladstone.

 South Burnett Regional Council

South Burnett Regional Council is proud to one of the largest employers in the South Burnett region, maintaining offices and depots in Kingaroy, Nanango, Wondai, Murgon, Proston & Blackbutt. Council commits to the role to service ratepayers and the community and places customer satisfaction at the forefront of all its processes. To maximise efficiency in its service provision, Council has structured the organisation into 4 service areas:

* Executive Services

* Infrastructure

* Liveability

* Finance & Corporate

Meanwhile, with a large array of services to administer over a significant geographical area, Council recognises its workforce as its greatest asset in achieving objectives. With approximately 330 employees, Council takes a proactive approach towards recruitment and retention and offers an environment where learning and development, succession and development are supported and encouraged.

When: Tuesday May 14, 2024

Where: Murgon Town Hall (Cnr Lamb and Gore Streets, Murgon)

RSVP: Is a must below as light refreshments will be provided

Dress Code: Wear Purple for Change


May 14
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Event Category:


Black Coffee – Indigenous Business Network
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Murgon Town Hall
Cnr Lamb and Gore Streets, Murgon QLD Australia + Google Map
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