Posted by Georgina Golling on 31 July 2019 | Comments

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Please join us in welcoming Kiikstart, our newest Business Member.

On a mission to develop businesses that are commercially viable, innovative and globally aware, Kiikstart is a boutique learning and business development service that focusses on working with the pacesetters, influencers and game changers of tomorrow who share their passion for sustainability.

Led by founder and director Ali Uren, Kiikstart uses a creative style of organisational development that helps individuals and organisations across the corporate, government, tourism and hospitality sectors navigate their way through the realities of doing business in today’s modern world.

Kiikstart does this not only through the design of strategies that will take their clients’ businesses to the next level, but also through tactics and measurable outcomes that will help them implement change in real time. As Uren says,

“The world is changing and it is our role, through working in a more hands on, modern way, [to ensure] that our clients have the best possible tactics and insights to make the best of opportunities and challenge.”

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Photo: Ali Uren, Kiikstart

Kiikstart works with businesses of all sizes and has made a genuine commitment to building skill and talent across regional and outback Australia. Among others, Kiikstart has worked with Innamincka Hotel in South Australia, which was recently awarded Ecotourism Certification.

Excited to join the ranks of Ecotourism Australia business members, Uren says that the business’ commitment to treading with care is shown in how she lives and works:

“Kiikstart is 100% off grid and personally I grow all my own eggs, meat, vegetables, water and sunshine. We have minimal food waste and zero carbon footprint.”

With values closely aligned with those of Ecotourism Australia, we are excited to welcome Kiikstart and look forward to the value they can bring to our members.

To find out for about Kiikstart, please visit their website.

To find out how your business can become an Ecotourism Australia Business Member, please visit our membership website.

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