Indigenous software agency LOGiT is behind Weavr
Reconciliation is personal to us. Our families and communities face the ongoing impact of colonisation, and we've been frustrated by slow progress.
We want to play a part in reinvigorating the movement. We want Australians to also start thinking about restitution and rectification as part of their reconciliation journey
Biripi man Kieran Shirey is co-founder of Weavr, passionate about getting mob in IT, and collector of statement t-shirts.
Colombian woman Natalia Florez is co-founder of Weavr, keeps everyone motivated, and lover of good coffee.
Torres Strait Islander woman from St Paul's Village, Moa Island, Salu Mam is the go to person and when not at work can be seen tearing up the turf repping her local footy team.
Palawa man Josh Templeton is completing a traineeship at Weavr, and hoping to one run his own IT business.
Guguu Yalanji and Koko Lamalama woman Kerry Klimm is Weavr's wordsmith, and lover of large earrings.
Nepalese man Ananda Tiwari is a Software Developer inspired by the vision of weavr, motivating him to learn more about First Nations Australians
weavr Impact with mob
Weavr gives back to the community, supporting mob.
During 2022, we achieved 44% Indigenous spend. We walk the talk, our priority as a business is at the grassroots community level, providing opportunities and support to see more mob achieving self-determination and becoming role models to their family, community and their people.
We know the difference sport makes in Indigenous communities. It's about learning teamwork, discipline and being able to represent your people and being a good role model. That's why we are proud sponsors of Indigenous Rugby League Clubs, Souths Inala and South Taree.
A community for change
Our partners and users are part of our growing family.
We now have:
over 40 organisations using weavr
Including Corporates, Government, NFPs (inc leading Elevate partners)
with 500+ users entering responses in weavr,
that is 500+ people contributing to Reconciliation, that were not until weavr arrived!