An Aboriginal fashion label and a marketing expert are leading the way for entrepreneurs in Adelaide’s north. ^^ Brett Freeman and Christopher Calyun are northern Adelaide-based entrepreneurs taking their skills to the next level. Photo: Provided Brett Freeman, of Brett Freeman Marketing, and Christopher Calyun, of Bruthahood Family Streetwear, were recently named the winners of the Northern Adelaide Entrepreneur Scholarship program. About the winners: Brett Freeman
Brett Freeman Marketing offers tailored digital marketing services for small and medium-sized businesses and non-for-profit organisations.
Social media is the single-most cost-effective way for businesses to achieve exposure, revenue, sales, job growth and market share.
Brett currently works with a non-for-profit organisation called Kids Arthritis, supporting the group by volunteering and doing their marketing. Christopher Calyun
Bruthahood Family Streetwear is an Indigenous-owned clothing brand in northern Adelaide that is designed to bring people together to develop positive connections within the community and Australia wide.
The brand has already showcased in two runways.
Within the business, Christopher would like to provide mentorship programs for youth.The winners received a co-working package at the Stretton Centre, where they will be surrounded by a network of businesses and entrepreneurs, $1.5k each of branding support, thanks to sponsor Renewal SA, and a spot in the 2018 SAYES Program run by Business SA.If you have a business and are keen to take the next step, contact The Stretton Centre via email or 8254 4666.