As part of our advocacy role, we recently made a submission to the Australian Government’s review of the migration system.
Here is a recap of the last six months that the Committee for Adelaide team have been working on and what to expect in 2023
As part of our ongoing commitment to our members, we strive to deliver on the outcomes of our three key pillars, which we believe is required for Greater Adelaide to fulfil its potential. Therefore, we will continue to advocate for a future ready and thriving economy, talent attraction and retention and an inclusive community and culture.
After attracting a record number of exceptional candidates, we are pleased to advise that four directors have been appointed to the Board following last week’s Annual General Meeting.
The Committee for Adelaide is proud to share three key partnerships that will allow us to continue to deliver high quality and engaging events for our members and stakeholders.
It is time for South Australians to remove any remnants of our long-held inferiority complex, find a clear identity, and let the nation and world know what we are all about, and market far and wide the compelling reason for people to visit, live, work and stay in SA, writes our CEO Bruce Djite in his latest opinion piece for The Advertiser.
The Committee for Adelaide has considered the challenges faced by South Australian businesses and collectively, developed a set of ideas to help address skills shortages and rethink the approach to attracting, retaining, and growing our talent pool.
The Committee for Adelaide has developed a Migrant Consultation Paper, which provides a broad overview of the challenges and more importantly, details a number of ideas and recommendations.
The proposed Women’s and Children’s Hospital has brought into focus the need for a more sophisticated discussion around how we finance major projects and, importantly, how we take control of our own financial destiny, writes our CEO Bruce Djite in his latest opinion piece for The Advertiser.
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.