Creating a sustainable and globally-relevant state.

The Committee for Adelaide brings together people from all walks of life. We have a goal to drive capital investment and community growth in South Australia. We believe a resilient and innovative economy is both a cause and effect of a great place to live.

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It's how we work that makes us different. We're driven to work openly, and collaborate across sectors that may not usually meet. The building blocks of our argument are easy to identify and hard to dismiss. The Committee for Adelaide’s work centres around people, business and capital and how the interconnection of these areas and their relationship to one another largely determine the economic and cultural health of our society.

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    People

    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.

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    Business

    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.

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    Capital

    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.