Miroma

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What does Miroma do?

Miroma is a leading not-for-profit organisation that provides services and programs for people of all ages living with disability in Mount Gambier. With more than 30 years experience in the local community, Miroma is focused on creating a home away from home for participants and places a strong emphasis on personalised care.

Who are Miroma Ventures?

Who we are. Miroma Ventures is the investment arm of The Miroma Group, predominantly focusing on investing in growth stage consumer brands and media platforms. We partner with exceptional entrepreneurs and deliver marketing solutions to accelerate growth and drive long-term value for the business.

What does the Miroma acquisition mean for the Miroma group?

The acquisition will drive The Miroma Group revenue base to an expected $350m, and roll in a highly strategic investor base rolled into Group with Miroma SET Chairman Lord Grade joining advisory board. This opens in a new window.

When did Miromaa start?

We started in 2002 as a local language program (still active today) and created the Miromaa software platform for revitalising our language, Awabakal. But it didnt take long for other Aboriginal language centres to ask to use it for their language conservation and revitalisation programs.

Why choose the Miroma group?

As part of The Miroma Group we draw upon our collective of marketing and communications agencies to offer end-to-end marketing growth solutions. We take a holistic approach to growth and provide brands with a range of marketing services that deliver positive business outcomes, emphasizing creativity, speed and agility

How many markets does Miroma operate in?

We are spearheading a new age communications model across our global network that operates in 35 markets. Get acquainted with The Miroma Group. Check out a selection of our work.

When did Miromaa start?

We started in 2002 as a local language program (still active today) and created the Miromaa software platform for revitalising our language, Awabakal. But it didnt take long for other Aboriginal language centres to ask to use it for their language conservation and revitalisation programs.

Who is Miromaa Aboriginal language and Technology Centre?

Miromaa Aboriginal Language and Technology Centre won the Community Organisation of the Year Award at Australias 2017 National Dreamtime Awards in Sydney. The awards recognise and celebrate excellence among First Nation People. June Oscar AO is a proud Bunuba woman from the remote town of Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.

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