Become a supplier
What we look for in a supplier
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Mandura supplier. With the support of Winc, Mandura is interested in working with new First Nations businesses. Some of the considerations taken into account when selecting new suppliers include:
- Structure of ownership of company (majority First Nations owned preferred)
- Country of origin/manufacture of proposed product range (Australian made preferred)
- Sustainable/ethical sourcing compliance of both overall company and product sourced/supplied
- Competitiveness of pricing in the market
- Geographic distribution and scope
- Products must meet Australian-recognised third party certification/safety standards
- Warranty and product guarantees
All suppliers are required to adhere to our Ethical Sourcing Policy and Supplier Code of Conduct ensuring compliance to all Australian and International regulations around the manufacture of product or provision of service.
We believe that the success of our organisation and the wider First Nations community depends on our ability to do business with diverse suppliers, including those which are majority First Nations owned to create a strong multiple effect.
If you would like to learn more about supplying to Mandura, please use our application form and provide relevant details so that our team can contact you.
Complete the form below and it will be sent to our team for consideration.
• A minority or woman‐owned business must be at least 51% owned, operated, and controlled by a minority or woman. In the case of a publicly owned company, a diversity supplier must own at least 51% of the outstanding stock, and the management and daily business operations must be controlled and operated by a minority or woman or group. Minority members include those who are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples.
• Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) are classified in line with the Australian Bureau of Statistics definition as a business employing less than
• Certification – Supplier certification is a process whereby minority or woman-owned businesses are verified as legitimately owned by or a