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SA Leaders to inspire next business generation


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A new SA network is being launched to provide a line to some of the state’s most successful organisations to inspire our next captains of industry.

SA Leaders is scheduled for launch in April and is to bring the brightest SA business minds together to share their knowledge to grow business and expertise within the state.

Director Natasha Malani said the network’s focus was to help develop the next line of leading companies through sharing knowledge, networks and capital.

Malani said SA Leaders was based on the Future Leaders Series which operated on an executive level for well-established companies to assist earlier-staged businesses.

“No one else is doing this,” Malani said.

“It’s industry helping industry.”

Natasha Malani

Natasha Malani

Malani said industry partners shared their experiences and networks through keynote addresses as well as networking and mentoring opportunities.

She said the series would provide the most cost-effective and efficient way to meet with and work with other industry leaders and their organisations.

The Leaders series began in Queensland more than 10 years ago and is soon to operate in every Australian state and New Zealand.

Western Australia will also launch shortly.

Leader series creator James Paulsen told InDaily the network provided a structure for business to access knowledge.

“It provides businesses with a level of support that they can grow with confidence,” Poulsen said.

“They have access to all the expertise they could ever dream of.”

For more information on SA Leaders contact Natasha Malani at

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