The latest South Australian Business Index, InDaily’s annual ranking of the state’s top 100 companies by market capitalisation and revenue, will be announced at a business lunch on September 20.
To book your ticket, go here.
The Premier will speak at the Convention Centre gathering, with a keynote address by Kuestenmacher – the director of The Demographic Group and a sought-after commentator on business trends and analysis.
As well as announcing the top 100 companies for 2019, this year’s Index event will also focus on crunching the data for the first five years of the Index, which is compiled for InDaily by Adelaide financial services firm Taylor Collison.
What does the data say about shifts in the South Australian economy – and where are we heading over the next five years?
Kuestenmacher will add his insights about the key socio-economic shifts happening globally and how they affect Australia and South Australia.
To be eligible for inclusion in the list, 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.
While companies don’t have to nominate to be included in the list, which is based on market capitalisation, local businesses are encouraged to put their names forward.
The Index lunch will also announce individual awards for fast-rising companies and new entrants to the list.
Now in its fifth year, the Index has become a key source of data for those with a keen interest in the South Australian economy and business environment.
The full Index will be announced at a luncheon at the Adelaide Convention Centre on September 20. To book your table, go here.
To nominate your company, go here. Nominations close at the end of August.
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