Campfire X & Nando’s Partner To Acknowledge Traditional Land Owners Across Australia

Campfire X & Nando’s Partner To Acknowledge Traditional Land Owners Across Australia
B&T Magazine
Edited by B&T Magazine



Campfire x has announced its partnership with Nando’s, home of PERi-PERi flame-grilled chicken, to support First Nations communities and acknowledge country.

This collaboration marks a significant step towards promoting meaningful relationships with First Nations people and promoting cultural recognition based on mutual respect.

Together, Campfire x and Nando’s have already launched cultural awareness campaigns to educate the public about the rich heritage and traditions of Australia’s First Nations peoples.

With this, Nando’s has introduced formal Acknowledgment of Country practices across its locations nationwide. This involves recognising and paying respect to the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which Nando’s operates, honouring the ongoing connection to country and culture.

These campaigns highlight the importance of acknowledging country and nurturing greater understanding and respect for First Nations cultures.

“At Nando’s we’re proud to have a history of driving inclusivity and empowerment. It’s been a privilege to join forces with the crew at Campfire x as we understand the significance of acknowledging country. Importantly, we recognise that this is the start of a journey and we’re committed to continuing to work alongside First Nations people to create meaningful impact and opportunities,” said Kriss Alexander, Changing Lives manager.

As part of this partnership, Campfire x and Nando’s have committed to various initiatives aimed at empowering and uplifting First Nations communities across Australia.

 




Please login with linkedin to comment

Campfire X Nando's

Latest News

TV Ratings (28/05/2024): Aussies Tune In To Watch Ava Being Ousted On The Summit
  • Advertising

TV Ratings (28/05/2024): Aussies Tune In To Watch Ava Being Ousted On The Summit

The Summit contestant Ava burst into tears when she read a brutal note that told of her group’s decision to cut her from Nine Reality TV Series. The episode attracted an impressive total TV national reach of 1,401,000 and an average audience of 563,000 viewers. “The group has decided to cut you and your cash […]

Porsche Reviews Creative Agency
  • Advertising

Porsche Reviews Creative Agency

Nothing says "midlife crisis" like a Porsche, does it? Or for men who can't afford one - the ill-thought-out ponytail.

Experts Unpack The Future Of Loyalty Programs & Gen AI
  • Partner Content

Experts Unpack The Future Of Loyalty Programs & Gen AI

It’s not news that technology, particularly Generative AI, has disrupted many traditional marketing strategies. But knowing the world has changed isn’t the same as knowing how to adapt to that changed world. The inaugural Asia Pacific Loyalty Awards recently identified some industry-leading innovators. We speak to a couple of the award winners, Accor, which took […]

Partner Content

by B&T Magazine

B&T Magazine
Qantas Magazine Promotes Genevra Leek As New Editor-In-Chief
  • Media

Qantas Magazine Promotes Genevra Leek As New Editor-In-Chief

News Corp’s commercial content arm Medium Rare Content Agency has promoted Genevra Leek (pictured above) to editor-in-chief of Qantas magazine and its digital arm Travel Insider. She takes over from Kirsten Galliott, who has been promoted to head of content, travel and business, overseeing content for Qantas, Commonwealth Bank and the Australian Institute of Company […]