The launch of a new Rajasthan water and resources centre, appointment of an in-market SA wine expert and a partnership agreement between SA firm Supashock and an Indian automotive company are among results of the latest SA business mission to the region.
News releases - Martin Hamilton-Smith
Jobs will be a focus of a major conference, the 4th Submarine Science, Technology and Engineering Conference (SubSTEC4), to be opened by Premier Jay Weatherill at the Adelaide Convention Centre today.
Eight northern Adelaide companies will share in $442,000 to help with assist with their start-up or expansion in the latest round of the Small Business Development Fund (SBDF).
South Australia’s water management expertise are being put to work in India, with several key initiatives significantly progressed during the South Australian Government trade mission to India this week.
New advanced manufacturing jobs and export opportunities will flow from a new partnership between South Australian suspension maker, Supashock and an Indian automotive manufacturer.
A new two-year wine education program aims to bring South Australia’s premium wines, wine regions and winemaking expertise to the large and growing Indian market.
Fourteen South Australian exporters and one industry group will share in $299,951 to support their marketing and development strategies grow and reach new global markets.
More than 50 delegates will leave for India today, to visit the cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur and Bengaluru, and further develop trade and investment opportunities for South Australia.
Details of key State Government building and construction projects will be presented to 460 South Australian business taking part in today’s largest ever Meet the Buyer event.
With more than 72,000 local jobs now linked to international trade, South Australian exporters are helping to build a new South Australia.
South Australia has issued a global call for accelerators and incubators to run and deliver services to support space start-ups and early stage businesses grow jobs and develop new technology.
New jobs, investment and export opportunities for South Australia are the focus of a State Government business mission to the US, starting today.