Business SA campaigns on a range of policy and financial issues to create an environment in which businesses can grow, create jobs and contribute to the State’s prosperity. Business SA’s experienced team of policy advisors work with members, government, education facilitators and industry to ensure South Australia is one of the most globally competitive places in the world to do business.

 
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The Regional Voice

On 22nd August, 2016 Business SA unveiled a unique insight into the issues constraining business development and jobs creation in regional South Australia with the publication of its inaugural stud...

Our Latest Submissions

Submission to the Board of Taxation's Review of Small Business Tax Concessions
Business SA recognises the importance of small business tax concessions to facilitate the growth of SMEs, and to assist with other matters such as retirement planning. However, we are concerned about the unintended consequences of changes to the small business capital gains tax concession, partic...

2018 Campaigns

The Ice Age discussion paper
On any given day, an average of 5,000 people working in safety-sensitive industries are turning up to work in South Australia alone, affected by methamphetamines. And that’s not including people working in hospitality or white-collar industries. Many people don’t know that methamphetamines, an...

Business SA Policy Charter

Recommendations
Business SA is South Australia’s peak Chamber of Commerce and Industry and largest employer body, representing over 3,500 businesses and employers across every industry sector, reflecting the diverse nature of our state’s economy. We have a proud history dating back to 1839, only three years afte...

Research & Insight

Business Now – March Quarter 2018
In The March Quarter Business SA – Statewide Super Survey Of Business Expectations – The State’s Longest Running Survey On Economic Conditions – Confidence Rose 16.6 Points From December Last Year To Peak At 115. The Last Time Confidence Hit Such A Peak Was March 2010. Our Business Now report ...