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South Australia’s visitor economy has reached an all-time high of $5.95 billion as the State continues to attract a record number of interstate and international visitors.
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 state’s first Chinese bilingual public school, William Light R-12 School, held an open day on Friday to showcase its bilingual program.
The South Australia-Shandong sister state relationship celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and to commemorate a number of Memoranda of Understanding have been signed.
The South Australian Government has announced plans to increase competition in the energy market and drive down costs for businesses and households.
A group of young entrepreneurs from Indonesia are in Adelaide this week to learn more about South Australia’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and will visit the state’s top innovation and co-working spaces to develop their start-up skills, leverage business networks, and help scale their business internationally.
The state will welcome more than 200 trade and investment visitors from our sister-state province of Shandong this week to further strengthen bilateral trade and provide an opportunity to reciprocate recent hospitality extended to a South Australian delegation earlier this year.
South Australia will benefit from a new joint project, worth $500 million, announced today by Minister for Defence Industry and Minister for Defence.
A new $22 million project in Adelaide’s north-eastern suburbs is expected to create hundreds of new jobs and training opportunities for South Australians across the IT sector, with work commencing in 2017.
South Australia’s international students spend a massive $1.2 billion on education, accommodation, food, goods and services, a report by Deloitte Access Economics shows.