Success stories

Across South Australia, businesses large and small are working effectively and efficiently to succeed in local, national and international markets.

Many of the State’s businesses have overcome geographical, regulatory or other challenges to survive significant challenges.

Others have expanded into new product areas or regions with the help of South Australian Government services, grants or advice.

These businesses, and thousands like them, are providing jobs and security, and contributing to community sustainability and South Australia’s economic growth.

Wines by Geoff Hardy

Wines by Geoff Hardy is one of Australia’s most successful wine companies, both in South Australia and overseas.

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U Pull It pulls off export deals

Thursday, 22 February 2018

As South Australia’s largest self-serve auto dismantler and recycler, U Pull It Recycling gives new purpose to broken down cars, aiming to recycle 90 per cent of their components.

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CEO turns passion into successful business

Thursday, 8 February 2018

SA Motorcycles was born from CEO Evan Byles’s passion for motorcycles. Established in 1993, the northern Adelaide-based motorcycle shop has gone from strength to strength.

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Mega Courts fills a gap for indoor sporting facilities

Friday, 2 February 2018

Managing Director Norman Bear was trucking his kids around for sport, he noticed a shortage of indoor sports facilities, particularly for cricket, and the idea for Mega Courts Indoor Sports was born.

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The Roller Shutter Repair Company doubles service offerings

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

The family-owned The Roller Shutter Repair Company began operations in 2013 with just two people before being awarded a $45,000 Small Business Development Fund expansion grant.

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Camp Windamere to help participants achieve life goals

Friday, 19 January 2018

Windamere Park was established in 1991 by Ted de Lyster as a daily activities centre for the intellectually disadvantaged.

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