All eyes will be on South Australia and our growing space industry this week with the world’s space heavyweights in Adelaide for the International Astronautical Congress 2017.
News releases - Martin Hamilton-Smith
South Australian space sector firms, start-ups and entrepreneurs should register interest in a new development fund to take their innovative ideas to the next level, says Defence and Space Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith.
Fostering emerging technologies that will help drive South Australia’s high-tech growth industries will be the focus of QxBranch’s Quantum Computing Hackathon being held in Adelaide today.
Nine South Australian defence companies will showcase their capabilities and connect with new partners in the UK at one of the world’s largest defence and security events starting in London today.
New jobs and investment for the state are the focus as South Australian businesses head to Germany, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Sweden and Finland today as part of the 2017 State Government-led business mission to Europe.
Tender documents released at a Senate inquiry today reveal that the successful designer – BAE, Fincantieri or Navantia – will be given the right to choose their own workforce and their own supply chain as well as having operational control of the Osborne shipyards.
Forty international buyers from Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shanghai arrive in South Australia today to source premium food, wine and consumer goods from local businesses.
Bilateral trade and economic collaboration opportunities leading to new jobs and investment are the focus of a two day visit to SA by more than 200 high-level delegates from our sister-state province Shandong.
South Australia is exporting more than ever, with the trend for total exports reaching a new high in chain volume terms of $15.6 billion in the 12 months to June 2017, today’s ABS figures show.
An SA water management business delegation to India is taking part in the 3rd Water Innovation Summit underway in New Delhi with a view to creating jobs and investment from Australia’s expertise in water services and infrastructure.
ASX-listed oil and gas exploration company Strike Energy announced plans today to relocate its corporate office and headquarters from Sydney to Adelaide, creating 85 new full-time jobs in the State’s resources industry while reinforcing its reputation as the focus of the national gas sector.
Thirty-five new and existing small businesses in Adelaide’s north will share in nearly $1.6 million of grant funding through the State Government’s Small Business Development Fund.