South Australian Government


Adelaide pop-up shops’ future under a cloud

4:29PM | Wednesday, 24 April 2013 |  The fate of pop-up food vans in the Adelaide CBD looks uncertain amid claims from a city councillor that the “pop-up fad” has gone too far.

Co-working space Hub spreads to Adelaide to add some “entrepreneurial bloom”

3:45PM | Friday, 1 March 2013 |  The South Australian government will provide $1 million to help establish Hub Adelaide, which joins Hub Melbourne and Hub Sydney, to try and capitalise on the city’s “entrepreneurial boom”.

Adelaide’s first private start-up co-working space set to open

7:44PM | Monday, 30 July 2012 |  A new co-working space is set to open its doors in Adelaide, understood to be the city’s first business-collaboration space, modelled on the likes of Fishburners and the York Butter Factory.

SA Government pours $600,000 into Innovyz program

6:12PM | Wednesday, 27 June 2012 |  The South Australian Government has poured $600,000 into the ANZ Innovyz START program, in what could be an attempt to restore its reputation among the state’s start-up community.

Innovate SA scrapped but start-up support still strong, SA Govt claims

2:10PM | Monday, 27 February 2012 |  The South Australian Government will scrap start-up program Innovate SA this year, but Small Business Minister Tom Koutsantonis insists State Government support for start-ups is still strong.