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How have SA's top 100 companies fared this year? Be there to find out

South Australian Business Index

In a year of unprecedented challenge for many businesses, the seventh anniversary edition of the South Australian Business Index – an independent ranking of the state’s top 100 companies – will tell some important stories.

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This year’s full list will be revealed on October 22, 2021, at a business lunch at the Adelaide Convention Centre and some tickets are still available.

The SA Business Index is South Australia’s definitive ranking of the state’s top 100 local companies, produced by Adelaide financial services firm Taylor Collison for InDaily.

At this year’s event, you will discover how the make-up of the Index has changed over the pandemic year and understand which companies are helping to drive our economy.

Key speakers this year will be Premier Steven Marshall and demographer Simon Kuestenmacher, who will discuss some of the opportunities and growth sectors for our state as we start to emerge from COVID in 2022.

Kuestenmacher is a director and co-founder of The Demographics Group which is headed by Bernard Salt. The group provides specialist advice on demographic, consumer, and social trends to businesses and governments.

He writes a weekly column for The New Daily and a monthly column for The Australian newspaper.

In his spare time, he runs what is by now the world’s largest Twitter account dedicated to maps and data (@simongerman600). He has amassed 200,000 followers, reaches over 25 million people every month and ranks as one of the world’s Top 10 influencers in data.

This year’s Index lunch will, for the first time, also include some separate analysis of the state’s significant not-for-profit sector.

Purchase tickets here.

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