SYPAQ Systems today announced the commitment to open its latest Australian office, to be located in Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen innovation precinct.
The Lot Fourteen innovation precinct represents the ideal platform for SYPAQ’s future growth, through the development of partnerships that will create local business and employment opportunities. The new office will initially support 12 full time staff already based in Adelaide.
SYPAQ’s key clients in South Australia already include the federal Departments of Defence and Human Services, as well as key partnerships and relationships with State Government, local industry and academia.
Following a meeting with the Hon David Ridgway MLC, South Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, SYPAQ Managing Director, David Vicino, said:
“SYPAQ’s latest investment in South Australia was an easy one to make. The local market is poised for growth in the Defence, Science and Technology sectors, and the ability to work alongside other innovative businesses at Lot Fourteen only enhances the opportunities available.”
SYPAQ CEO, Amanda Holt, said:
“SYPAQ collaborates with organisations large and small.
Whether it’s partnering with SME’s on our numerous Defence innovation projects, supporting large international firms to win and deliver multi-billion dollar contracts, or working with research institutions on next generation technologies, our track record of shared success is something we’re extremely proud of.
We look forward to bringing this heritage and partnering ethos to Lot Fourteen, and South Australia more broadly.”
Chairman of the SYPAQ Group, George Vicino, said:
“This is a homecoming of sorts for SYPAQ; my final posting with the Air Force was 30 years ago at Edinburgh.
South Australia is a wonderful place to live and work, and I’m excited for SYPAQ to be a part of the state’s innovation agenda into the future.”
The new office, to open in the second half of 2019, will be located in the heritage listed Margaret Graham building on Frome Road in central Adelaide.