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DEVELOP 2017 wrap

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DEVELOP 2017 wrap

23 October 2017

RESA concluded the 2017 DEVELOP program in late September, with the final workshop being followed by a mock buyer panel for participants, with representatives from Oz Minerals, Ensign Energy, Design4Growth and the Department of State Development in attendance.

Over the course of DEVELOP, companies explored their core value proposition to the mining industries. Participants worked to refine their resources offering through exploring new markets and developing dedicated resources strategies.

The DEVELOP program was a component of the PACE Supply Chain Development program, a South Australian Government program supporting companies in the Mining Equipment, Technology, and Services industry. RESA is thankful to the Department for supporting this program in 2016 and 2017, without out which the program could not have happened.

RESA will be running a new iteration of the program in 2018 as the Resources Ready program, delivering to six regional centres nationally. For more information, go to http://www.resa.org.au/capability-programs/resources-ready-2017/

Congratulations to program participants

 

  • Left: Chris Miller, Daintree Systems
  • Right: Glynn Thomas, Geotech Group

  • Left: Greg Mills, Adelaide Profile Services
  • Right: Jeremy Hawkes, Bowhill Engineering

  • Left: John Pierpoint, MC Labour Services
  • Right: Kevin Jones, CAPS Australia

  • Left: Lena Kimenkowski, Critical Room Solutions
  • Right: Michael Slattery, Rowlands Metalworks

  • Left: Sheena Trumble, Thermoview
  • Right: Will Visser, Brokk Australia
Stuart Hodge - RESA

Author: Stuart Hodge

B. Sci (Nano) (Hons), B. Innovation.  And Enterprise

Stuart has extensive experience working with industry in South Australia.

He has project managed industry driven programs aimed at the development of both the resources and defence industries, and has worked with major companies and small to medium enterprises on industry development.

His experience has included cluster development, capability building, industry analysis and policy work, and in the last seven years has worked with a wide variety of stakeholders in industry, government and academia on the delivery of positive outcomes for industry.  At RESA, Stuart is responsible for RESA’s SME development agenda, policy analysis, innovation programs and development of grant funding opportunities.

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