On 14 October, in collaboration with the Department of the Premier and Cabinet and the Department for Industry, Innovation and Science, we invited migrants and international students between the ages of approximately 20 and 40 years, who arrived in Adelaide within the last 5 years, to participate in a Migrant Consultation Session, held at the PwC Australia Skilled Service Hub.
A New State of Mind is more than a campaign, it’s a movement to unite South Australia with a clear and cohesive identity based on who we have always been – inspired, connected and unexpected.
The writing is on the door: “Sorry, we’re closed due to lack of staff”. South Australia needs to be first in line for new workers, writes our CEO Bruce Djite in his latest opinion piece in The Advertiser.
We are excited to announce that we have reached 100 members for the first time in our history!
The Committee for Adelaide team loves to get out of the office to visit and support our members and we recently visited Mitsubishi Motors Australia’s headquarters and volunteered for Fred’s Van, an initiative of Vinnies SA.
Our CEO Bruce Djite recently featured in The Advertiser and its SA Weekend lift out, sharing his passion for Adelaide and South Australia.
Adelaide might like to call itself Australia’s festival capital but major acts and events are starting to disagree, writes our CEO Bruce Djite in his latest opinion piece for The Advertiser.
A valuable resource is being driven out of Adelaide, writes our CEO Bruce Djite. And the city’s future depends on changing course quickly.
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.