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.

New childcare centre nurtures confident kids

Monday, 27 November 2017

The Confident Kids Child Care and Early Learning Centre was established in January 2017 in Croydon Park with help from a $20,000 Small Business Development Fund grant.

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Expansion grant helps Castech to grow its business

Friday, 5 January 2018

Wingfield foundry Castech specialises in manufacturing ferrous castings - iron and steel, and nonferrous castings - aluminium and bronze, for a wide range of industries.

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New premises allows Auto Transformers to grow

Monday, 18 December 2017

Andrew Mitchell started Auto Transformers as a restoration shop in Salisbury South nearly 10 years ago.

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Coolsan aims to reduce global food loss

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Adelaide-based start-up Coolsan was born when a chemist and a marketing guru crossed paths.

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Engineering company gains national certification

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Bowhill was founded in the mid-1970s by Brendon Hawkes as a mechanic and evolved into structural steel fabrication when Brendon’s sons, Jeremy and Simon, became involved in the business.

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D&S Quality Meats – northern Adelaide’s meat kings

Friday, 24 November 2017

Brothers Danny and Shane Gramazio grew up working in their parents’ Dublin butcher shop before deciding to go out on their own, buying their first store.

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