South Australian company Leigh Creek Energy says it can produce 200-million kilograms of hydrogen a year at less than $1 per kg to fuel growing global demand.
InDaily publisher Solstice Media has joined forces with respected broadcaster and podcaster Nicole Haack to create a new national podcasting and audio production agency.
Tonsley-based hi-tech company Micro-X has completed final compliance testing of its Rover mobile X-ray unit for deployed military hospitals.
Ideology led Australia to give up on the idea that government policy and intervention can help create a competitive advantage for industry. Our post-pandemic recovery depends on overturning this falsehood, writes former senior South Australian public servant Lance Worrall.
From ditching landlines to reviewing printer contracts, BDO’s Nick Kervin lets businesses in on 10 ways to optimise IT costs without compromising their value throughout this challenging time.
Adelaide digital intelligence company Fivecast has opened a US office as it expands its services in a growing global fight against terrorism and organised crime.
South Australia’s 10 biggest listed companies continue to claw back lost ground, growing their values by an average of 10 per cent on the Australian Securities Exchange for the month of May.
South Australia’s emerging space industry faces a period of uncertainty as investors lock down their cash amid a coronavirus induced economic slump.
Thomas Foods International is sharpening its focus on its core meat business following two major deals announced in the past week.
It has been 81 days since COVID-19 got real in South Australia, this week the SA Mind and Mood survey examines if this is enough time to make permanent changes to the way we live.
President Donald Trump says he will introduce legislation that may scrap or weaken a law that has protected internet companies, including Twitter and Facebook, in an extraordinary attempt to intervene in the media.
News Corp has officially killed off its free Messenger community newspapers in South Australia, which will now only be available online behind a paid subscriber paywall as part of a national digital push that will axe more than 100 print titles and an undisclosed number of jobs across the nation.
Coca Cola Amatil says COVID-19 lockdown restrictions have severely affected volumes across its major markets in April and the first three weeks of May.
Mollydooker Wines owner and CEO Sarah Marquis spent last month’s McLaren Vale vintage in isolation as she recovered from COVID-19 and watched the company’s US distribution grind to a halt. But despite the setbacks, coupled with the winery’s smallest vintage in several years, Marquis is upbeat about the future and is using the downtime to reposition the business to grow online sales and revitalise its cellar door offering.
In times like these when cashflow is king, grants can be very useful for keeping revenues flowing. But how do you best get your hands on these much-needed funds? BDO Adelaide’s Melissa Fardone explains.
After a forced trial, South Australians are now looking for balance in their work life, according to market and cultural research agency Square Holes in our weekly dive into the mood of South Australians.
South Australia’s defence companies are still taking on new workers and hunting overseas contracts amid the tumultuous economic upheaval of COVID 19 restrictions.
A company that has worked closely with Flinders University to develop technology to turn wood waste into timber that mimics 100-year-old tropical hardwood has entered an agreement with Bosch to globalise the product.
Consumer confidence received a much needed boost from last Friday’s three-step plan from the national cabinet to lift coronavirus-related restrictions in the months ahead.”
Consumers and retailers are on the move, according to market and cultural research agency Square Holes in the second instalment of our weekly dive into the mood of South Australians.
The last couple of months has left many organisations scrambling to set up tools enabling their people to collaborate and communicate effectively whilst working from home. Consequently, they are storing large volumes of information in new ways, explains BDO’s Technology Advisory Associate Director Jason Foster.
Telstra will take a $300 million impairment charge on its 35 per cent stake in Foxtel after the majority owner of the pay TV network, News Corp, wrote down its value.
Adelaide company Humanihut has launched a portable isolation hospital for widespread medical emergency hotspots to treat patients with respiratory illnesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily speaks with South Australian recruitment firms Hender Consulting and Underwood Executive about corporate hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic and what candidates can do to stand out from the pack.
In the first of a weekly series, we look for insights into how South Australians have reacted to COVID-19 and what this means for the state’s recovery.
Maintaining social networks, exercise regimes and adapting job tasks are keys to sustaining good mental health while working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SA auctioneers are turning to conference call app Zoom to put houses under the hammer, as real estate sales slow due to COVID-19 restrictions.
South Australian company Ellex Medical Lasers will change its name after shareholders voted to sell off a large portion the business to a French multi-national for A$100 million.
SPECIAL REPORT: Drought slashed grape harvests and a COVID-19 outbreak saw it virtually shut down overnight. Barossa Valley towns, businesses and residents has been doing it tough the past few months. But restrictions are now lifting, rain is falling and hope is returning.
Global kingfish producer Clean Seas Seafood has reported a 14 per cent fall in March quarter sales revenue as it begins to pivot its business towards retail.