It has been a busy 12 months since our CEO, Bruce Djité commenced at the Committee for Adelaide. Below is a short recap of the team’s work and achievements throughout that time.
The Adelaide Fringe has released their 2022 Impact Report and the results have exceeded expectations.
For all the negatives of the pandemic, it has handed Adelaide a chance to turn its long-term weakness into a world-leading strength, writes our CEO Bruce Djite in his opinion piece for The Advertiser.
In collaboration with the Department of the Premier and Cabinet and Department for Innovation and Skills we hosted a roundtable discussion with members, industry and key stakeholders regarding skilled migration.
Board members Demitra Ritossa, Manager Services Integrated Operations – Olympic Dam, BHP, Justin Jamieson, South Australia Chairman, KPMG and Kyrstyan McLeod, Interior Designer, baukultur recently announced their retirement from the board.
Join our CEO Bruce Djite at the Vinnies CEO Sleepout, which is the largest fundraising event for Committee for Adelaide Platinum Member Vinnies SA.
The Committee for Adelaide’s priorities speaks to the importance of population growth, so that South Australia can flourish economically, socially, and culturally. Read our latest opinion piece which featured in The Advertiser.
A very big thank you to News Corp for hosting our staff and members at Adelaide Oval for the Port V Eagles AFL match. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it (except for the one Eagles supporter) and valued the opportunity to make some new connections.
Our CEO Bruce Djite, was delighted to kick off St Ann’s College 2022 Speaker Program.
We have convened our first Policy Focus Group for 2022 which is tasked with exploring the challenges facing members regarding talent attraction and retention and the opportunities to address skills shortages for local businesses and growth industries.