Yingwati is an Aboriginal owned and Family Company which was founded by it’s shareholders DenJayRay Holdings Pty Ltd and Halkitis Brothers also known as HB Group. Based in Darwin, Yingwati delivers the full range of Civil Construction Materials and Transport throughout the Northern Territory, having the social and economic capacity and capability to work in regional areas, remote communities, nationally & internationally.
Founder & Managing Director, Kim Hill has strong local networks, many years of senior management experience and a passion for improving the economic and social well being of Aboriginal people.
Yingwati’s goal is to secure long term, substantial contracts and joint ventures with remote and regional organisations, leading to employment to train local Aboriginal residents.
Yingwati’s Business Model
Our Business model was developed with the intent of lessons learnt over a 30 year period with the delivery of services to Aboriginal peoples. From a business perspective it is also deliberately aligned to the increase initiatives of Governments to develop economic opportunities for Aboriginal people and their communities whilst operating as a ongoing viable commercial business.
Our Competitive Edge
Yingwati Pty Ltd is well positioned to leverage from its vast experience, knowledge, reputation and resources available through our shareholders and from market advantages associated with our Indigenous ownership and employment. Our unique value proposition that differentiates us from our competitors is:
- Unique YINGWATI ‘Job Fit – Job Ready’ program which is culturally aligned. We employ to train not train to employ.
- Expansive Cultural Knowledge and Community Connectivity
- Value adding to Federal and NT Indigenous Economic Development Policies and Procurments.
To break poverty and the dependency cycle by delivering and divesting our services to create long term inter-generational opportunities for Aboriginal and the wider Community we operate in.
To be the leading Aboriginal Company in advancing the social and economic well being of Aboriginal people towards achieving self-determination and self-management into the future.