KRED Enterprises aims to take advantage of the enormous opportunities unfolding in the Kimberley and by doing so, secure long-term economic independence for our people. 

We operate a wholly owned subsidiary company EHSIS (Environmental Heritage Social Impact Services). EHSIS provides staff and logistics to carry out heritage surveys, cultural heritage monitoring and cultural awareness training. 

We also operate the law firm Arma Legal. Formerly KRED Legal, the new name reflects our growing client base outside the Kimberley. What makes Arma Legal different to many other law firms, is that it's been set up by Traditional Owners, to meet the needs of Traditional Owners. Our lawyers understand the pressures of development on country and culture, the wish to protect cultural and environmental heritage, and the struggle to have native title recognised as a property right. You can read more about Arma Legal here.

Additionally, KRED Enterprises has established the Kimberley Agriculture and Pastoral Company, a management concept involving three stations in the region that aims to increase station productivity and boost remote Indigenous employment. 

 KRED Enterprises supports Traditional Owners to make informed decisions about what happens on their country and ensures any development is designed and operated to meet the highest cultural and environmental standards.