NTIBN is offering a subscription package bundled with the Blak Business Directory and Procure Connect at $1000.

NTIBN Certified Aboriginal Members are granted instant access to the bundle as part of their membership, eliminating the requirement for a subscription.

Ally Membership will receive a discount when subscribing to the bundle at $800.

What is the Blak Business Directory?

The Blak Business Directory (BBD) is NTIBN’s new online system designed to promote and elevate NT Aboriginal businesses and our allies.

The BBD provides an interactive platform for our members, certified and ally to build and maintain their corporate profiles. This provides members an online presence that highlights their business capabilities which is visible to all BBD users.

The purpose of the BBD is to generate new business opportunities through business to business (B2B) connectivity, as well being a part of NT’s Peak Body for Aboriginal businesses, the NT Indigenous Business Network.


What is Procure Connect?

Procure Connect functions as an online procurement tool enabling direct purchasing and pricing from Blak Businesses in the one location. Industry can share tender information and opportunities directly to Blak businesses that enables documents and information to be shared and proposals to be submitted directly. It is a one-stop-shop for all your Aboriginal Supply Chain needs.


BBD & Procure connect Bundle


*$800 when purchased with an Ally Membership

*Quarterly billing available for $275 per quarter.

What's included

Procure Connect Add-on

Are you looking for suppliers to procure your project’s needs?

With our Procure Connect add-on you can find suppliers using keywords matching across Australia or in your state region, You can create project packages and have them published publically in order to grab suppliers attention and have them send you their Expression of interests.

The Blak Business
Directory Membership

Promoting and elevating NT Indigenous Businesses through improved economic growth and prosperity.

Frequently Asked Questions

An Aboriginal Business Enterprise is a business or community organisations that meets the following criteria:

Is 51% or more Aboriginal owned;

That is operating as a business, including companies, incorporated associations, sole traders, partnerships, trusts and social enterprises or registered charities if they are operating as a business;

Can demonstrate that Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people are involved in the daily operation of the Enterprise and have effective control at least equal to the degree of ownership; and;

Is registered with a Certifying authority.

A Certifying Authority is an Aboriginal Organisation which provides services to confirm the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ownership and control of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Enterprises.

NTIBN is recognised as the peak and preferred certifying authority in the NT.

  • Proof of Aboriginality for business owner/majority business owner
  • Certified Company Registration
  • Company Extract
  • Certificate of Incorporation (if relevant)
  • Business Name Registration Certificate
  • Evidence of majority ownership
  • Company Organisation Chart
  • You must provide Evidence of supply chain commitment or and Aboriginal procurement policy
  • Plus two or more of the following initiatives:
    • Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
    • Aboriginal Engagement Strategy/Charter/Commitment
    • Aboriginal employment Policy/Target/Commitment
    • An Aboriginal person on the Board of Directors
    • An Aboriginal person in a senior leadership position
    • Ongoing and regular Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training in place
    • A partnership with an Aboriginal business/organisation
    • An Aboriginal employment rate above 15%

Supply Nation Certification is recognised by governments, however, Certification through NTIBN provides for a more rigorous and local NT Certification.

NB: Supply Nation Certification is mutually recognised by NTIBN, when the Aboriginal majority owner provides an authentic Certificate of Aboriginality.


Proof of Aboriginality certified by an appropriate and recognised Aboriginal Organisation is required. Refer NTIBN’s Individual Aboriginal Identity Certification and Register process (currently under development).

  • Validation of Aboriginality certificate with the certifying body.
  • Viewing of shareholding documents.
  • ASIC/ORIC checks.
  • Referee check with clients.

No. But you do have to pay your membership fee annually.


50% Off Fees

The NT Government will be subsidising membership & renewal fees by 50% for all Aboriginal Businesses

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