Business Connect is an initiative run by business for business across the Southern Inland region of NSW. The informal catch-ups allow businesses to engage with each other, discuss potential collaborations, speak to their local council or state and federal government representatives, or simply ask questions or share innovative ideas.
An estimated 75% of jobs in the future will require STEM skills - how can we develop a workforce that can meet this increased demand for STEM skills? Funded by the NSW Department of Education, the STEM Industry School Partnership Program (SISP) matches schools in each region with an industry...
Regional Development Australia (RDA) Southern Inland have partnered with Solar my School (SmS) and Wingecarribee Shire Council to facilitate the installation of solar PV on schools in the Wingecarribee Shire. The program helps schools reduce energy bills, educate students and shrink their carbon footprint with solar power.
Food businesses in NSW throw away around 30 per cent of their food. That’s a lot of money going into the bin. RDA Southern Inland are partnering with the Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre (SRBEC) to deliver the Your Business is Food Program in the Southern Inland Region.
‘Welcome to the Southern Inland’ is a program of RDA Southern Inland with support from the Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre (SRBEC). This project is funded by the Department of Home Affairs Fostering Integration Grants program.
The Australian Agricultural Centre (AAC) is a proposed multi-purpose facility to educate and showcase agriculture and ag-tech to the domestic and international community. It aims to provide a tourism and educational experience in the agricultural space for tourists, families and students.
Have a look at some of our projects that we have completed over the years. If you would like any further information on any of these, please give us a call.