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    February 10 2014

    Hewlett Packard

    South Australian employment growth and innovation in the information and technology sector is poised for transformation with the announcement today of a new University of South Australia partnership with global IT giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).

    The new partnership, which has received strong support from the State Government and is the first of its type in Australia, will see HP significantly expand its South Australian workforce by more than 400 people and open a new HP Innovation and Collaboration Centre at UniSA’s City West campus.

    The Centre will have its permanent home in the University’s new science building being constructed as part of the health precinct developments.

     

    https://www.unisa.edu.au/Media-Centre/Releases/UniSA-and-Hewlett-Packard-to-partner-for-Australian-enterprise-growth/#.UviRf0KSyzs

     

    Bickfords

    SOUTH Australia may one day become as famous for its spirit production as it is for wine, under an ambitious proposal by Bickford’s Australia to make a range of products at a new distillery in the Riverland.

    Bickford’s Australia plans to spend $4.6 million on establishing a spirit distillery, visitor centre and cellar door in the Riverland.

     

    (Only 4 jobs - really???)

    http://www.news.com.au/national/south-australia/bickfords-plans-new-spirits-distillery-in-the-riverland/story-fnii5yv4-1226822057468

    If you haven't tried Bickfords Cloudy Apple cordial, I can recommend it. Yummy ice cold on a hot day.

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    February 10 2014

    Hewlett Packard

    South Australian employment growth and innovation in the information and technology sector is poised for transformation with the announcement today of a new University of South Australia partnership with global IT giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).

    The new partnership, which has received strong support from the State Government and is the first of its type in Australia, will see HP significantly expand its South Australian workforce by more than 400 people and open a new HP Innovation and Collaboration Centre at UniSA’s City West campus.

    The Centre will have its permanent home in the University’s new science building being constructed as part of the health precinct developments.

     

    https://www.unisa.edu.au/Media-Centre/Releases/UniSA-and-Hewlett-Packard-to-partner-for-Australian-enterprise-growth/#.UviRf0KSyzs

     

     

    Maybe HP can rehire some of the people they have made redundant.

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