Sage, Andrew Downs (ILF 2013) and Adrian Fahey (ILF 2016) move to new hi tech facility at Tonsley.
Peter Charlesworth (ILF 2013) makes strong contribution to record Codan result.
Kris Lloyd (ILF 2014) expands our minds again.
SMR Technologies, John Scott (ILF 2013) eases bladder cancer diagnosis with new non-invasive at home equipment.
Advertiser tells how Patrick Power’s Mum tipped him off for the big Canadian win.
InDaily’s iSpy reported on the Industry Leaders Fund information night.
Corrina Wright (ILF 2012) is the hostess with the mostest at Oliver’s Tarranga dinner at Madame Hanoi.
“Corrina Wright (ILF 2012) was named by industry doyen, d’Arry Osborne, as one of only two really strong up and coming young wine makers in an interview to celebrate his 90th birthday; high praise indeed! The interview was published by Vintage Cellars in its Feb/Mar 2017 Cellar Press magazine, and is reproduced here with permission from Vintage Cellars.”
Congratulations to Adrian Fahey (ILF 2016) and Andrew Downs (ILF 2013) on a big defence contract win for Sage.
Redarc wins three awards in one night including being crowned ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ at the 14th Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards.
REDARC Wins Excellence in Manufacturing –Gold Award for second year in a row.
Anthony Kittel (ILF 2010) features again in T’iser.
Darren Turner (ILF 2015) recently presented the newly launched 40th anniversary of MiniJumbuk book to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Congratulations to MiniJumbuk and Darren.
Congratulations to Patrick Power (ILF 2014) on a huge win in Canada.
Kris Lloyd (ILF 2014) from Woodside Cheese Wrights has released Australia’s first soft cheese made with raw milk approved for sale to the public. Congratulations Kris
Redarc and Anthony Kittel (ILF 2010) receive more recognition. Congratulations Anthony
Kelly Keates (ILF 2012 & 2015) features as lead story for Be Bold For Change Exhibition at Oxford Saïd.
Advertiser shows Gelista taste sensation to tempt nominations to fast movers 2017. Click below to see Peter Cox (ILF 2013) digging deep in a berry nice tub.
In Canada the Mounties get their man, and PowerHealth gets the Hospitals. Great achievement Patrick.
Kris Lloyd (ILF 2014) builds an industry showcase, reports the Advertiser. Keep up the good work Kris.
Linh Bui (ILF 2016) reveals the amazing robotic packaging abilities of HMPS.
Eddie Lane (ILF 2012) and Cold Logic win at Coopers.
Andrew Downs boosts advancement for Women in Business. That is Scholarly community spirit.
Darren Turner leads MiniJumbuk to another big win.
The latest SA Defence Business Magazine published by the Defence Teaming Centre contains two articles about firms run by ILF Scholars. Congratulations to Anthony Kittel and Scott Begbie on more recognition of their outstanding achievements. Thanks to the Defence Teaming Centre for allowing reproduction of the articles.
Seeley set to quadruple turnover. Frank’s big plans have developed since Jon (ILF14) completed the International Management of Production Course at Chalmers University.
SA food awards glory for Kris Lloyd and for B.d. Farm Paris Creek.
Woodside Cheese Wrights (Kris Lloyd) was named in the top 16 in the world at the World Cheese Awards.
Jarrod Starkey TV star for cricket and Toyota. Inspirational community contribution Jarrod. Well done.
Big Kojo revival thanks to Dale Roberts, ILF 13.
B.d. Farm Paris Creek demonstrates more environmental responsibility. Well done Ulli and Melanie
Kojo grows creatively. Well done Dale Roberts.
Peter Charlesworth hits pay-dirt with new more powerful detector.
Anthony Kittel gains best product award at SEMA, the biggest auto parts show in the world.
Well done Anthony.
Redarc TowPro pushes ahead in the USA. Warehouse established in North Carolina and sales to commence early January. Anthony Kittel’s track record just keeps getting better and better.
Big defence contact win for APC and new Scholar, Scott Begbie.
Podpac (Toby Strong) named 18th on smartcompany Smart50 list of fastest growing SME’s in Australia. Congratulations Toby; we look forward to seeing you graduate from the list soon.
Congratulations to Steve Todd (Kay Brothers), Andrew Kay (Wirra Wirra) and Ben Bryant (Pernod Ricard), whose businesses have been identified as environmental champions.
Dr Cindy Dennis, Group General Manager elect for LightFORCE Australia, will have bigger shoes to fill than previously thought, following the naming of father Ray, LightFORCE founder, as EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 for Technology. Congratulations to Ray and Cindy.
Congratulations to the following Scholars whose companies appear on the South Australian Business Index top 100
Peter Piliouras, Peregrine- Number 6
Peter Charlesworth and Jock Duncan, Codan- Number 20
Alf Ianniello, Tom Clifford and Zoe Detmold, Detmold Group- Number 29
Grant Wilckens, Discovery Holiday Parks- Number 48
Andrew Downs and Adrian Fahey, Sage Automation- Number 63
Ben Macey, GPA Engineering- Number 79
Chris Hartwig, Korvest- Number 83
Anthony Kittel, Ben Marsh, Jo Hugman and Pia Goetjens, Redarc- Number 94
Eddie Lane and Michael Riese, Coldlogic Industrial Refrigeration- Number 97
Richard Sims, Robern Menz- Number 98
Robern Menz exports drive employment. Sweet success, well done to Richard Sims.
Ben Olsen has moved temporarily to Austin to promote his new Thim and you can be part of it.
Photos from the ILF Awards Ceremony held 26 September 2016.
Kelly fights the good fight improving the economics of environmental farming, linked to big export push.
Anthony Kittel shows true Industry Leaders Fund Scholars’ community spirit, supporting robot training at Flinders University. As a true role model we are very proud of Anthony’s work.
Big data keeps Seeley International at the lead worldwide.
Peter Charlesworth wins big order for Minelab.
Anthony Kittel unveils bigger and better expansion plans.
Chris Henry features in BioSA news again with the Variable Angle Screw. A great new breakthrough for broken bones.
FCT Combustion (Jordan Parham) is front and centre at the Olympics.
Advertiser lauds Claude Cicchiello leading support for SA diary farmers.
Dr Derek Rogers made the list of Australia’s Most Innovative Engineers for 2016.
Wayne Duffy shows true ILF Scholar spirit with a Guinness sized vanilla slice to support kick-start for kids.
Demand for B.d. Paris Creek quality organic product outstrips demand.
Jeremy Hawkes keeps traffic flowing on the Murray.
Country Blinds are participating in the UniSA Centre for business Growth Program.
No doubt Rhett will accelerate the rapid growth of Country Binds with this experience.
Alf Ianniello catches a big one with a Detmold takeover of Custom Cartons.
Kelly Keates shows how to stop groundwater pollution from tailing dams.
Re-timer (Ben Olsen), Austofix (Chris Henry) and Reproductive Health Science (Johnathon Matthews) are saving the SA economy along with other med tech organisations according to the Advertiser on 4 Jun.
Andrew Downs moves Sage to better digs.
A new slant on work life balance.
Kris Lloyd explains how she brings her business into home and keeps her household happy.
InDaily’s iSpy reported on The Industry Leaders Fund Scholars Network Cocktail Function at KPMG on 27 April 2016
Chris Henry in the media again with things which will make surgery more successful.
Chris Henry proves SA surgical inventions can penetrate world markets.
Ulli Spranz using hi-tech to send milk to China features in Advertiser on 3 May.
Great to see innovation generating more jobs in quality food exports.
Congratulations to Dr Derek Rogers on his new award.
Kelly Keates wins recognition at SACOME awards night.
David Hart features large in article about achiever, Dematec.
Thanks to David for mentioning ILF.
Eddie Lane and ColdLogic providing key infrastructure to a leading edge clean green agriculture business.
InDaily’s iSpy reported on The Industry Leaders Fund Scholars Network Training Seminar held at Flinders on Tonsley in February with tutors Ron Kandelaars, Kelly Nestor and Helen Tiller.
Congratulations to Rhett on creating 20 new jobs in three short years. Rhett Payne’s hard work revealed in Advertiser on Saturday 30 January.
Patrick Power shows how it’s done – strong growth on the world stage big plans, and a mention of the ILF. Thanks Patrick
Thanks to Emilio De Stefano for highlighting the ILF as talks about Stanford in the Dec15/Jan16 SA Defence Business Magazine. Endorsements such as this are very helpful to the level of traction the ILF gains.
Congratulations to Derek Rogers on being featured in the Dec15/Jan16 SA Defence Business Magazine and thanks for endorsing the ILF. Hopefully the article will inspire some young defence leaders to apply for an ILF grant.
Patrick Power builds new markets, which means more jobs and wealth for SA.
Grant Wilckens brings home the bacon on the jobs front after a busy lead up to Christmas.
Anthony Kittel selected by Sunday Mail to explain his views on economic future of SA.
Wondering how to communicate with your target market.
Anthony Kittel shows how he does it in this article from 4WD Touring Australia magazine.