Lot Fourteen is building on South Australia’s existing strengths in defence, space, hi-tech and creative industries to attract globally-recognised companies to establish in Adelaide, drawn by an ecosystem that delivers collaboration and partnerships between enterprises, universities and research organisations.
These Lot Fourteen focus sectors are among nine sectors identified in South Australia’s Growth State strategy, which has brought together businesses, researchers, educators, investors, creatives, entrepreneurs and government to forge a roadmap for new jobs and prosperity in our state.
Lot Fourteen is an integral part of South Australia’s innovation ecosystem, which brings together research, education, industry and government.
Lot Fourteen links and leverages connections with the Tonsley Innovation District, Adelaide BioMed City, Osborne Naval Shipyard, Edinburgh Defence Precinct, Technology Park and Waite Research Institute to provide a wealth of choice for various industries and enterprises to establish and grow in South Australia.
Lot Fourteen has already been successful in attracting global companies in the key industry sectors of defence, space, hi-tech and creative industries. These sectors have strong potential to meet increasing interstate and global demand, attract investors and leverage South Australia’s comparative advantages.
Entrepreneurship, science and innovation are intrinsically linked to South Australia’s hi-tech sector. They drive hi-tech capabilities, enhance business applications and provide new opportunities for economic growth.
FIXE is the new model for entrepreneurship in South Australia.
Led by the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur based at Lot Fourteen, FIXE aims to inspire, equip, enable and celebrate South Australian entrepreneurs.