This episode is proudly brought to you by ANZ. A new series of conversations with different mob around the country to yarn about, meaningful career opportunities within ANZ, building the capacity of Indigenous businesses and organisations, and helping individuals in the broader community to achieve financial wellbeing and resilience. 

If you’d like to know more about how ANZ can help improve your financial wellbeing, or help you start, run or grow your business, visit or call 13 13 14. 

Join us on the episode 2 of the ANZ partnership series for an inspiring yarn with Catherine Gibson, a proud Dharug woman from the Central Coast and is the sales and marketing leader at E‑Bisglobal. Listen to Catherine’s heartfelt journey of discovering and embracing her Indigenous roots after learning about her family’s rich Dharug heritage. 🌿✨ 

From uncovering hidden stories of racial challenges and her great-great-grandmother’s legacy as one of the last survivors of the Holsworthy Barracks on the Georges River, Catherine’s family’s story is a testament to the power of heritage and resilience. 📜💪 

Learn about the majority owned and operated Aboriginal print management company E-Bisglobal and their mission to uplift Indigenous suppliers within their supply chain. This episode emphasises the vital role of large corporations in fostering these relationships. 🌍🛠️ 

Once again, ANZ’s approachable and collaborative spirit is highlighted, with stories of supporting Aboriginal women in business. It’s all about connections, opportunities, and building each other up!! 💼👩‍💼 

Recommendations throughout this episode: 

Indigenous small business banking services: 

Call ANZ’s dedicated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander customer support line on 1800 037 366 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Opportunities 

For general enquiries visit or call 13 13 14 

When we reference ANZ in this episode, we are referring to Australia and New Zealand Banking Group operating in Australia and New Zealand. 

Given the nature of this podcast, all comments are general in nature and do not take into account the listeners’ financial circumstances, goals or objectives. Please think about what is right for you and seek independent advice. 


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The Black Magic Woman Podcast is hosted by Mundanara Bayles and is an uplifting conversational style program featuring mainly Aboriginal guests and explores issues of importance to Aboriginal people and communities. Mundanara is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference and focusses more on who people are rather than on what they do. 

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