Premier Gladys Berejiklian hosted the Aerotropolis Investor Forum in Western Sydney on Monday.
More than 300 local and international business leaders gathered to secure their place in Australia’s newest economic zone – a 10,000-hectare Greenfield site around the Western Sydney Airport.
KARI’s Vocal Identification Program (VIP) was invited to open the forum and showcased not their amazing talent. They also introduced Aboriginal culture to business leaders worldwide.
The VIP program is a partnership with the NSW Department of Education and provides opportunities for young Aboriginal singers from South West Sydney, to develop their performance skills.
Both Prime Minister Turnbull and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian paid tribute to the KARI youth for their outstanding performance.
The Western Sydney Aerotropolis will be a dynamic, diverse precinct at the heart of the booming Western Sydney economy.
KARI Foundation is looking forward to playing a leading role for the indigenous community. This opportunity will deliver employment opportunities in aerospace and defence, manufacturing, healthcare, freight and logistics, agribusiness, education and research.