The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, companies ranked 59-40.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index.
The countdown begins of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today we reveal numbers 100 to 80, a segment which includes a number of new entrants from sectors including technology, mining and wine.
This privately-owned company operating in the energy sector with revenue in excess of $300 million and employing over 300 professional staff, delivers a range of solutions across the state. A greenfields role in a highly regulated and critical infrastructure organisation, this is a high impact opportunity to influence leadership and collaborate across the workforce to lead the development and execution of the critical business resilience strategy across business security, business continuity & emergency planning.
A newly created role within the South Australian energy sector, this is a greenfields opportunity to work collaboratively across the business, advising CEO and Executive in the development and implementation of the digital, cyber security and information management strategies to achieve business wide objectives.
The Marshall Government is refusing to disclose details of its “set-up support” for German battery giant sonnen to establish a new factory on the old Holden site, citing commercial confidentiality.
The former state Environment Department boss sacked by Steven Marshall as part of his initial public service cull has landed a new job – with a mining company.
Healthier competition in the South Australian media market will be good for everyone, writes InDaily publisher Paul Hamra.
UPDATED | Treasurer Rob Lucas has made a surgical strike on key public service targets, with TAFE campuses, Service SA centres and “low patronage” bus routes to close, a raft of projects and programs to be axed and South Australians from Housing Trust tenants to salaried medical officers to feel the pinch.
Premier Steven Marshall was still spruiking the Government’s “in-depth discussions” with Google about shifting some of its operations to Adelaide – days after the tech giant had politely, but firmly, shut the door in his face, InDaily can reveal.
Westpac’s major rivals may not rush to follow the lender’s move to raise mortgage rates, with regulators’ glare and the threat of an increased bank levy keeping them on hold, according to one leading analyst.
Kangaroo Island sheep dairy farm and tourist destination Island Pure – whose cheese and yoghurt products are supplied to supermarkets across the state – will close after losing a battle against rising costs.
The fragmentation that is devouring Australia’s politics is reflected in the increasingly stark polarisation of the country’s professional mass media, argues Denis Muller.
Local companies have until the end of this month to nominate for inclusion in this year’s South Australian Business Index – InDaily’s annual listing of the state’s top 100 companies.
Australia’s business community is furious the National Energy Guarantee has been effectively dumped, along with a pledge to legislate a cut to emissions in the electricity sector.
An Adelaide radio entrepreneur frustrated by the lack of revenue support for independent musicians says his new “virtual gig” streaming platform has the potential to drastically change how people interact with live music.
The State Government is locked in a legal dispute with the facility manager of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, which today revealed it is facing losses of more than $90 million over the life of its current contract.
Telstra has warned of increased competition and the continued impact of the NBN rollout on its bottom line in the current financial year, after the telco giant’s full-year profit dropped 8.4 per cent to $3.56 billion.
Before he was 25, Sacha La Forgia had travelled the world working wine vintages in Germany, France, Chile, California and New Zealand. But it was his time making grappa in Italy that convinced him to return home to start Adelaide Hills Distillery in 2014.”
If you’ve visited city night spots Pink Moon Saloon, NOLA or BRKLYN, then you’ve seen Matiya Marovich’s work. The founder of Sans-Arc Studio is turning heads with his contemporary designs and was last month named a winner of the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.
The head of South Australia’s drug and alcohol services network says recent reports on the use of methamphetamine in the workplace are misleading and could cause people to turn away from seeking treatment.
Regulators will look at the merger of Fairfax Media and the Nine Network but it is unlikely to face any hurdles, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.
Nine Entertainment will merge Fairfax Media into its platform under a $2.2 billion deal that has stunned the Australian market.
UPDATED | An air exclusion zone has been imposed at a sleepy South Australian coastal town as the hunt continues for an armed man, who has now been named by SA Police as a 25-year-old local.
The paypackets of CEOs at Australia’s 100 biggest companies have swollen to their fattest since before the global financial crisis, a new study shows.
Jarrad Morgan was the sole employee when he started SA Construct as a 24-year-old in 2011. The company now has 130 employees and was ranked among the fastest growing businesses in the state in 2016. Morgan was last month named a winner in the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.
Heather Gale’s career began with a question: what makes the economy tick? The 37-year-old is now treasurer at People’s Choice Credit Union and was last month named a winner in InDaily’s inaugural 40 Under 40 Awards.
Growing up on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Esther Chew often spent her spare time cycling through the streets to rickety playgrounds. From these beginnings exploring her local neighbourhoods, Chew developed the belief that architecture can help make lives better.
Artist Erin Fowler’s talents are truly multi-disciplinary, spanning dance, film, music and theatre. The 30-year-old, who is artistically motivated by a love and respect for the natural world, has travelled the globe performing, teaching and studying a variety of pursuits including KungFu, Tai Chi and QiGong. Fowler is the co-founder and director of The Mill, a creative hub for Adelaide’s local artists from all disciplines, and was last month named a winner in the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.