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Ganbina: From little things big things grow (Broadband Connection)

14 June 2005

Ganbina's Adrian Appo put together this powerful audio-visual presentation for the Yorta Yorta trading floor. It shows the sort of enabling strategies that badly need investment across Indigenous Australia and especially in Victoria's Goulburn Valley.

Please double click on the link below if you have a broadband internet. If you have a slow, dial-up connection then Go to this link.

Also take a look at Ganbina's projects on the trading floor.

Your will need Windows Media Player to see the presentation download it from this site.

From little things big things grow [ movie ]


Contact Details
Name: Adrian Appo
Phone: (03) 5821 7333
FAX: (03) 5831 6511
Email: ganbina@ganbina.com.au
WWW: http://www.ganbina.com.au

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