To be eligible for inclusion in the list, compiled by Index partners Taylor Collison, companies must:
- Be a South Australian entity with an Adelaide ownership register, or be a South Australian operated entity;
- Be a company founded and majority (50.01 per cent plus) owned by South Australians.
Companies owned in part or whole by government, government agencies and organisations, and registered charities are not eligible for consideration.
Companies don’t have to nominate to be included in the list, which is based on market capitalisation.
The top 100 will be revealed at a launch at the Adelaide Convention Centre on September 20, featuring Premier Steven Marshall as the keynote speaker.
Additional prizes to be announced at the event include the fastest growing company on the list, the rising star (for the company that moves the highest number of places up the ranking), and the best new entrant, for a company that hasn’t previously been in the top 100.
InDaily editor David Washington said the list this year was likely to reflect recoveries in both the oil & gas and metals & mining sectors.
“While we don’t expect much movement at the very top of the list, there will likely be some shifts in the next tier,” he said.
“In addition, South Australia has a growing number of tech stars who will be interesting to watch.”
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