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The hunt is on for the next Airbnb as a new challenge aims to nurture the next generation of collaborative economy enterprises in South Australia.
Adelaide will host the biggest conference ever to be held in South Australia - having won the rights for the world’s largest aviation trade business event.
Lonsdale-based WBC Group will use $50,000 in State Government funding to research and develop a product focussed on controlling typical electrical products such as lighting in our homes that could be imbedded in the infrastructure during construction.
Premier Jay Weatherill launched the first ever I Choose SA Day at the Adelaide Central Market as part of an ongoing campaign to encourage South Australians to buy local.
The State Government is doubling its commitment to the successful Regional Youth Traineeship Program to help young people living in the regions to enter the workforce.
The State Government is committing $30 million over ten years to support councils to accelerate spending on local community infrastructure projects.
A new manufacturing process never seen before in South Australia will begin thanks to a $200,000 Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures Program grant.
Another 52 schools are receiving their share of the $250 million to upgrade their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facilities.
Start-up company, Somark, has developed a breakthrough technology that will greatly improve the efficiency and accuracy of pre-clinical medical research and will establish its development and manufacturing operations at Tonsley, creating 48 new jobs.
More than 3,100 training places are now available to South Australians seeking to obtain a qualification and get a job, through the State Government’s WorkReady training and jobs strategy.