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Banaam is a Bundjalung word that means ‘strong, younger brother’. According to local Indigenous culture, Banaam plays a support role to the elder brother (known as ‘Gogaun’) to help them fulfill their responsibilities. In a similar spirit, Banaam was conceived to support businesses to better understand their Indigenous employees but also to apply Indigenous principles of relationship building, communication, mutual responsibility and non-hierarchical management structures to their business.