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Entries for September 2016

Study finds Adelaide has a secure supply of student accommodation

A new report has revealed that Adelaide performs better than most Australian capital cities when it comes to student accommodation availability.Leading property management firm JLL Australia’s report, released today, shows Adelaide’s ratio of full-time student to purpose built accommodation beds at ... ... (Tuesday, 27 September 2016)

Grants to create and grow small businesses in Adelaide’s north

More than $680,000 in State Government grants will support five start-ups in Adelaide’s north and help nine existing small businesses grow their operations, creating jobs in the region.The grants are through round two of the State Government’s $10 million Small Business Development Fund, which suppo... ... (Thursday, 22 September 2016)

Consultation begins on new strategy to support small businesses across the State

Small businesses and industry groups are invited to have their say about the priorities and challenges facing small businesses, and how Government and industry could work together to address these.The feedback, ideas and business intelligence gathered through the consultation will inform a new Small... ... (Tuesday, 13 September 2016)

State dinner welcomes Shandong delegation to South Australia

An official dinner tonight at the Adelaide Town Hall will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the South Australia-Shandong sister state relationship.The Premier Jay Weatherill will formally welcome Shandong Province Vice Governor Xia Geng to South Australia and will unveil a 30th anniversary bronze sc... ... (Thursday, 08 September 2016)

Minister welcomes new DefenceSA Advisory Board members

Two new appointments to the South Australian Government’s Defence Advisory Board represent a renewed emphasis for South Australia’s future defence industries strategy, as we move towards a high-tech advanced manufacturing future.Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith announced the app... ... (Thursday, 08 September 2016)

Shandong delegation arrival marks 30th anniversary of sister-city relationship

South Australian businesses will benefit from growing cultural ties with its largest export partner China in coming days when the state welcomes more than 200 trade and investment visitors from our sister-state province of Shandong.Arriving tomorrow, the high level business and government delegates ... ... (Wednesday, 07 September 2016)

State Liberals have no plan for international trade

The State Liberals have made it clear they’re not interested in helping local businesses go global.Their constant attacks on international strategies and trade missions signals to the 65,000 workers and 1300 businesses involved in export, that a Liberal Government in SA would dismantle trade strateg... ... (Monday, 05 September 2016)

Plan to grow South Australia’s $1.2 billion international student sector

Traveling from all over the world to study in South Australia, the state’s 32,000 incoming students spend a massive $1.2 billion on education, accommodation, food, goods and services, a report by Deloitte Access Economics (DAE) shows.Releasing the Deloitte International Education in South Australia ... ... (Friday, 02 September 2016)