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Lot Fourteen heritage exterior with the road in view with two white taxis parked outside.

The new Defence Landing Pad will provide a base for international defence companies, operating as a one-stop-shop to develop local business strategy and plan operations in Australia.

The Hon Steven Marshall will exhibit the potential of the Lot Fourteen landing pad to support supply chain collaboration between international and local defence businesses, at Paris-based global defence conference and trade show Euronaval, 23–26 October.

He noted that SA’s defence industry credentials paired with our culture of innovation would provide an ideal foundation for harnessing defence industry investment and leveraging significant employment opportunities.

“Companies that join the Defence Landing Pad will have a unique opportunity to be a part of Lot Fourteen, which is fast becoming a business hub for entrepreneurs, start-ups, corporations, mentors, researchers and investors.”

Affordable, short-term office accommodation is now available for organisations operating in defence and defence-related industries to co-locate in the heart of the city.

Defence hub tenants will also have access to support with local regulations, migration, business establishment and real estate, plus data on workforce availability and training opportunities.

Companies interested in the Defence Landing Pad should contact Defence SA.

Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site, is being transformed into a creation and innovation neighbourhood, bringing together entrepreneurs, start-ups, corporations, mentors, researchers and investors in some of the world’s fastest growing industries, including defence and space technologies, cyber security, artificial intelligence, and immersive technologies.

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