Travis Clapp’s latest innovation has taken off overseas, with Coursebox offering users the ability to create a learning course in under an hour.
The former premier of South Australia talks with SynergyIQ founder Daniel Franco about leadership and resilience, and the importance of startups.
Advanced lighting manufacturer VAILO is expanding its manufacturing and R&D footprint to a retro-fitted headquarters in a former IBM building.
Leading change in society unites these young social entrepreneurs in Adelaide.
Building better communities and relationships unites these young South Australian leaders from different industries.
In the first of a series of business podcasts hosted by InDaily 40 Under 40 alumnus Daniel Franco, we hear from another alumnus Tobi Pearce on how to build a business.
Finding solutions to problems as diverse as employment and leukaemia has put these four leaders at the top of their respective fields.
Creativity comes in many forms and can transform a left-field idea into a profitable business, as these 40 Under 40 alumni show.
Combining an entrepreneurial vision to solve wicked problems has led these four leaders to establish social enterprises with a difference.
Making a positive difference for the state drives these four new 40 Under 40 alumni to bring their best to work each day.
A focus on wellbeing and a connectedness with other people helps these four grow their successful businesses.
Tom Glazbrook and his partners have taken Mine Tech Engineering from a fabrication business in Roxby Downs to a full service company working across defence and renewables.
A career pivot from human resources has seen Kristina Scutella help steer infant formula company mumamoo from a local product to a national brand ready to take on global conglomerates.
Jed Durdin believes Australia can be the global leader in developing the energy system of the future, including the social opportunities the energy transition will create.
Six years ago, Ella Walker was making candles by hand in her laundry. Today, she runs Etikette, a female-owned business in the Adelaide Hills that is set to grow by 40 per cent this year
While putting on some of the most celebrated shows in Adelaide, Elena Kirschbaum finds the time to give back to the community and help women “build confidence and capability”.
Trying more than one thing at a time and the art of the pre-emptive hire, Craig Lock offers other entrepreneurs some sound advice.
The winner of the 40 Under 40 Creative Thinker Award from KWPX says he’s now much more aware of his responsibility as a community leader to ensure Indigenous stories are told with “clarity and honesty”.
A growth mindset coupled with deep-set values has helped Nuago co-founder Connor O’Rourke build an IT company ready to take on the nation.
Using his experience as a gig worker, Benjemen Elengovan has developed an AI-powered app to help workers do better and earn more in the precarious industry.
As one of the few female upper limb surgeons in South Australia, Alder-Price sees her position as one of breaking down gender stereotypes and barriers.
This World Refugee Week, the South Australian-based social enterprise has announced that its refugee workforce inclusion program will become a permanent recruitment policy of IKEA Australia.
The co-founder and CEO of body care company al.ive body was named First Among Equals at the 40 Under 40 Awards this year and is part of a growing number of young leaders looking well beyond the state’s borders for business growth.
The state’s outstanding young leaders were celebrated at the annual 40 Under 40 awards last night, with Alisa Fraser of ali.ive body garnering the prestigious First Among Equals Award.
Time is running out to secure tickets to this year’s 40 Under 40 Awards gala and the chance to enjoy the selection of small batch wines from McLaren Vale maverick Alpha Box & Dice.
An Adelaide ag-tech startup has had a technological breakthrough that will allow farmers to keep pesticides from drifting to keep nature and humans safe from the poisons.
Making a social contribution, not just a profit, is becoming the new normal, says 40 Under 40 judge Carmen Garcia. She believes our state’s economic future hinges on it.
With the 40 Under 40 Awards gala just weeks away, Business SA’s Elisa Pecorelli says regional businesses and young leaders play a vital role in the state’s economy.
Taryn Brumfitt turned a social media post on body image into a worldwide movement for change. The campaigner, director, best-selling writer and 2023 Australian of the Year has been announced as guest speaker at the 40 Under 40 Awards.
Employers need to widen their “circle of consideration” when filling senior positions and handing out awards, says 40 Under 40 Awards judge and Harrison McMillan CEO Dani Cuff.
The owner of Build Clean, an Adelaide company that cleans up commercial and residential properties before handover, is launching a platform to share the industry skills he has developed with other tradies looking to start or grow their own business.
Tickets are on sale for the InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards celebrating SA’s leading young entrepreneurs and business people.
VALO’s Aaron Hickmann hopes a sustainability-focused award in this year’s 40 Under 40 Awards will inspire a greener future for South Australia.
With judging for the 40 Under 40 Awards underway, judge Tiffany De Sousa Machado talks about how changing our ingrained attitude to failure could lead to more successes.
The health and medical sector is sometimes overlooked in innovation awards, says 40 Under 40 Awards judge and CMAX chief business development officer Zoe Harrison.
A key factor driving Adelaide’s young changemakers to achieve is purpose, says 40 Under 40 Awards judge and CityMag editor Johnny von Einem.
With applications closing this Friday, award judge Alison Lloydd-Wright talks about the importance of recognising the state’s young leaders and changemakers.
When the 40 Under 40 alumni stand together it delivers a moment that should make the state “very, very proud”, says award judge David O’Loughlin.
The 40 Under 40 Awards are not just for entrepreneurs, according to Matthew Illman, a director at William Buck and one of this year’s judges.
In this week’s briefcase, a robotics company goes global, nominations open for this year’s 40 Under 40 and new tenants arrive at Lot Fourteen.
A group of South Australian social enterprise leaders, including InDaily 40 Under 40 alumnus Amy Orange, have joined forces to establish the South Australian Social Enterprise Strategy Expert Advisory Group to lobby the state government to develop a social enterprise strategy.
The lead up to age forty can coincide with an inflection point in a person’s career, says 40 Under 40 judge Jennifer Staines, Corporate Affairs and Community Relations Manager at OTR, as nominations for this year’s cohort open today.
This year’s 40 Under 40 Awards will open for nominations soon and South Australian director and investor Joel Abraham is eager to find the best young leaders in the state.
The manufacturer of high-powered LED lighting is growing its business in South Australia by providing lighting systems to everything from sports stadiums to cultural installations before attempting to light up the world.
InDaily 40 under 40 alumnus and SA honorary Philippines consul Carmen Garcia is one of many stakeholders to attend the Pacific Business Mission held in the Philippines earlier this month.
The last of our 40 Under 40 alumni for 2022 have each challenged the conventional ways funding has been sought in their industries to build something new.
Two are in hospitality, one in medicine, but all three 40 Under 40 alumni help ensure South Australians live their best lives and enjoy all that the state has to offer.
Expanding the reach of their proven solutions to problems facing their industry has helped these new 40 Under 40 alumni apply their ideas to other sectors.