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The world is competing for talent. Individuals with experience, ideas and capital are the definition of a liquid asset; slipping across borders, interstate and into positions of influence with the world's most innovative companies. People are a priority for us and we're enacting a plan to develop South Australia's valuable human resource.
Our Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) sector is the lifeblood of South Australia but, unfortunately, its growth has stalled and innovation seems a stretch. We want to attract and grow business activity with new public companies, family businesses and new micro enterprise in an effort to build sustainable, local employment. New skills must be developed and new economies tapped into.
We are developing access to capital with an aim to attract bright minds and the benefits that naturally follow. The economic and social infrastructure we need to live, trade, learn and grow will rely on Adelaide's ability to attract investment.
Established in November 2013, the Committee for Adelaide was run by Tim Horton who was succeeded by current General ManagerMatt Clemow. Colin Goodall, Chair of the Committee for Adelaide said “Matt has done a superb job as General Manager, boosting the organisation’s membership, profile and led the charge on a number of debates in Adelaide. The consequence of this success is that we now need…Read more
A high-powered delegation of the state’s business and political leaders has been given a crash course in the science of nuclear storage in Finland, and the biggest single message it has learned is the value of keeping the community onside. Committee for Adelaide's Matt Clemow and Business SA's Nigel McBride at the nuclear repository in Finland.InDaily revealed last month that the self-funded working party would…Read more
Stored nuclear waste taken from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. Political parties unit over high-level nuclear waste storage Nuclear waste dump would earn state $445 billion Push for storage at former atomic bomb test site A DELEGATION of South Australian business leaders have travelled to Europe to learn how the state could protect its “clean, green” image and ensure safety if it becomes…Read more