Our first Leaders’ Boardroom Lunch of the year featured Minister for Finance and Leader of the Government in the Senate, the Hon. Simon Birmingham, on Tuesday 22 February at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Our Leaders’ Boardroom Lunch featured Senator the Hon. Penny Wong, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs on Tuesday 8 March at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
South Australia is a small market within a small market, so local sales will never drive Pharmaceuticals to headquarter here based on volume. But increasingly, pharmaceutical companies operate as integrated global businesses, where R&D can be located in centres close to research capability and markets that are suited to speedy trials, and a friendly regulatory […]
Committee for Adelaide – Josh Fanning from Committee for Adelaide on Vimeo.
These projects start the hard work of delivering on the major themes of the Committee’s two publications; Earning our place in a global economy (Nov 2013), and Agenda for Growth (May 2014). According to Committee Chair, Colin Goodall “Adelaide works best when it works together. So importantly, each of these projects is being delivered in […]
The decision by GMH last week to cease production in South Australia by 2017 is a reminder that bold leadership and new partnerships are needed if we want to transform our economy to a more sustainable platform for innovation and growth. Much of this transformation will be painful and success is not guaranteed. Our industries […]
Here’s an opinion piece our Chair, Colin Goodall posted on Indaily, 2 December 2013, introducing himself and the work we hope to achieve with this new alliance. I came to Adelaide by choice three years ago, having lived and worked around the world with BP, in the US, UK and Europe. I liked the idea […]
Advertiser journalist Cameron England was one of the first to cover the Committee, writing in March 2013 that South Australia’s best and brightest were quietly being tapped on the shoulder with a vision to drive economic growth and help the state play to its strengths.