Network directory

As a business owner it’s valuable to learn from the experience of others – both within your industry and the wider business community. With 87 per cent of business said to come through referrals it’s also critically important to build a network of contacts that can help promote you and refer business your way.

Business networks also provide the opportunity to meet other businesswomen, find mentors to support you on your journey, be inspired by their success stories and learn from the mistakes of others. Business networks are also a great place to obtain information about specific aspects of running a business such as finding suppliers and tapping into new markets.

It’s also important to engage the professional services of specialist agencies such as trade and investment promotion agencies, NGOs and other government and multilateral agencies who provide technical assistance, training and development, grants and scholarships to support women in business across the Pacific.

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Fiji Early Childhood Association

Fiji Early Childhood Association (FECA) can provide advice on centres within the Fiji. Contact: 8692606 or ufemia.camaitoga@gmail.com

Fiji Export Council

Fiji Export Council provides Fijian businesses with help, support and advice on importing and exporting. To become a member, visit www.fijiexportcouncil.com

Fiji Intellectual Property Office

Fiji Intellectual Property Office: Office of the Attorney General Ministry of Justice Box 2213 Government Buildings Suva Phone: (679) 330 9866 Website: www.ag.gov.fj

Fiji National Provident Fund

Fiji’s largest financial institution is the only superannuation fund mandated by law to collect compulsory contributions from employees and employers, towards the retirement savings of all workers in Fiji. Workshops are run to help employers understand superannuation and how to lodge contributions. For information visit www.fnpf.com.fj

Fiji Women in Business

WIB is committed to promoting commercial participation of women in all spheres on the economic sector. For information, visit their .

Fiji Women's Fund

In November 2015 The Australian Government launched the Fiji Women’s Fund, pledging more than AU$10 million over the next seven years to help support the work of women’s organisations in Fiji.

Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre

The FWCC provides crisis counselling as well as legal, medical and other practical support services for women and children who are victims of violence committed against them by men. The FWCC is also involved in public advocacy and community education on gender, violence against women, human rights and legal literacy. The centre addresses all forms […]

Geotourism Development Foundation

The Geotourism Development Foundation (GDF) creates partnerships between the tour industry and local social entrepreneurs, and funds projects which enhance the distinctive aspects of a place to the benefit of local residents and visiting travellers.

Ginigoada Bisnis Development Foundation

Funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), this non-government organisation facilitates short-term skills development for people in PNG’s National Capital District. Phone: +675 7200 0777 Website:

Grow Pacific Project

The Grow Pacific Project provides training, services and support – with a focus on digital capacity and online growth – to Pacific Island businesses and organisations.