Sponsorships and memberships are an important way for our firm to not only contribute to the industries we’re involved in, but to the health and vibrancy of our state’s economy.
The lists below identify some of DW Fox Tucker’s significant relationships and affiliations.
The Agribusiness Association of Australia aims to facilitate communication across the agri-food chain and to promote the contribution made by agribusiness to the Australian economy and community.
Official Legal Services Provider
Livestock SA is the peak organisation representing beef cattle, sheep and goat producers in South Australia.
Their vision is for a strong, viable, productive and profitable livestock sector in South Australia which is valued by the community and all levels of government.
The Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) is the defence industry association of South Australia, nationally and internationally recognised as being relevant, responsive and reliable to defence and related industry sectors.
The DTC, an incorporated not-for-profit association, was established by industry in 1996 with support from State Government. They aim to provide enhanced services to the South Australian defence industry. DTC members include Prime defence contractors, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Professional Service Providers (PSPs) who are actually or potentially involved in supplying Australian Defence Force capability and/or are influenced by Defence business policies or purchasing decisions.
Family Business Australia is the peak body for family business in Australia, a sector which accounts for almost half a million businesses and fifty percent of the Australian workforce.
Their purpose is to contribute to the long term success of family business. They do this by facilitating and engaging resources and channels that promote success and foster sustainability and longevity. Their programs and products are developed to build stronger families and healthier businesses.
Family Business Australia provide access to specialist family, business and technical services and generate opportunities for families in business to learn and grow by networking and sharing with their peers.
The Australian Hotels Association (SA) is an integral part of SA’s hospitality and tourism industry, representing and protecting the commercial interests of hoteliers throughout South Australia. Members range from small country pubs to five-star hotels and resorts.
The Association consists of a qualified team of experts who are able to provide advice on a range of topics, including legislative changes, licensing, gaming, industrial relations, insurance, responsible gambling and community liaison.
The AHA|SA enjoys one of the highest profiles of any professional body in SA and is nationally recognised for our political and industrial lobbying.
Restaurant & Catering is the peak industry body representing the hospitality industry in Australia. They are a not-for-profit employer association that serves and represents members of the Restaurant and Catering industry. Members of the association consist of restaurateurs, café operators, caterers and suppliers to the industry.
They exist for the sole purpose of protecting and servicing the interests of the industry and the viability and profitability of those enterprises operating within the industry.
Silver Corporate Sponsor
Clubs SA is a not-for-profit Association that provides assistance to the Licensed Club Industry of South Australia.
They specialise in providing professional assistance to community Club administrators by the way of industrial relations advice, health and safety compliance, legislative advice and interpretation, industry specific support, training and more.
Clubs SA is also attached to a national structure known as Clubs Australia. They have been a long term active member of this body, ensuring that the interests of its members are represented at both the local and national level. Clubs Australia meets biannually to discuss issues of taxation, industrial relations, political lobbying, Club management and other areas of collective concern.
AMCHAM (SA) Council of Governors - John Walsh
The American Chamber of Commerce in Australia is Australia’s largest international Chamber of Commerce and premier international business organisation. It is recognised as the most active and pre-eminent business Chamber providing high level networking and business opportunities to Australia’s leading businesses. AMCHAM provides access to the right people and the right information at the right time.
Established in 1986, the Australia India Business Council (AIBC) was founded to foster bi-lateral relations between the two countries. They are the only premier non-profit organisation, with a mission to promote trade dialogue between India and Australia through nurturing and maintaining close relationships in both Australia and India, with Federal and State government agencies, the diplomatic corporations and industry bodies.
AIBC plays a pivotal role in showcasing opportunities to business communities of and for Australian Corporations through an active calendar of events, delegate meets, facilitation of knowledge and resources to ascertain emerging opportunities in India.
Business Achievement Award Sponsor
The Japan Australia Business Council of South Australia was re-established in 2006 to facilitate and encourage the growth of commerce, trade, industry, education and tourism between South Australia and Japan. The key objective of the Japan Australia Business Council of South Australia is to promote and encourage the development of bilateral trade and improve intercultural relations and awareness for members through innovative networking events and activities.
The Property Council of Australia is the leading advocate for Australia’s $600 billion property industry.
It counts the bulk of the nation’s major investors, property owners and developers – as well as the industry’s professional service and trade providers – amongst its members. Their principal service to members is to champion their interests in the political arena. The Property Council also provides members with networking opportunities, a huge suite of world class professional development courses and a significant knowledge bank.
The organisation is governed by a board comprising key leaders from the industry.
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is the peak body representing the property development industry throughout Australia. The Institute is a not-for-profit industry body dedicated to the representation of Australia’s development industry.
UDIA is a federation of five state associations which aims to secure the economic success and future of the development industry in Australia. UDIA seeks to create awareness that national prosperity is dependent on our success in housing our communities and building and rebuilding cities for future generations.
UDIA members cover a wide range of specialist and industry fields, including: Developers, Valuers, Planners, Engineers, Architects, Marketers, Researchers, Project Managers, Surveyors, Landscape Architects, Community Consultants, Environmental Consultants, Lawyers, Sales and Marketing Professionals, Financial Institutions, State and Local Government Authorities, and Product Suppliers.
SIG Committee Member - Sandy Donaldson
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is the peak representative body and advocacy group for the ICT industry in Australia. For over 35 years it has been their mission to advocate, promote, represent and grow the ICT industry in Australia.
They are a not-for-profit organisation, with membership open to all organisations involved with the ICT industry in Australia.
They represent over 400 member organisations nationally, including global brands, international companies, national companies, and a large number of ICT SMEs. The AIIA national board comprises representatives from hardware, software, and services companies and represents the diversity of our industry.
The Port Adelaide Football Club is a professional Australian rules football club based in Alberton, South Australia, which plays in the Australian Football League (AFL) and the South Australian National Football League (SANFL). Port Adelaide is the older of the two clubs in South Australia playing in the AFL and the 5th oldest club playing in the Australian Football League. Since the club’s first game on May 24, 1870, it has won 36 SANFL premierships, including six in a row. The club also won the Champions of Australia competition on a record four occasions.
From its foundation in 1870 to 1996, the Port Adelaide Football Club competed in the SANFL as the Magpies. In 1997, the club joined the Australian Football League—the only pre-existing non-Victorian club to have done so. On entry, Port Adelaide adopted a new nickname, “The Power”, along with the colour teal. Since joining the AFL, Port Adelaide have added the 2004 AFL Grand Final to their premiership wins.
WISA is an independent incorporated association of Suppliers to the Wine Industry in Australia (Wine Industry Suppliers Australia Inc.) Since its inception in 2000, WISA supports its member companies by providing significant networking opportunities within the wine industry, recognition at their awards evening, promotional opportunities at various exhibitions around the country and a variety of seminars and workshops to assist members with their professional development.
Australasian Wine of the Year Awards Sponsor
Winestate Magazine is Australasia’s leading independent wine magazine. It features up to date wine news and events, and over 11,000 wine reviews per year! Your guide to the best Australian and New Zealand wines since 1978.
Hot 100 Wines South Australia is like no other wine show – it panders to no traditional paradigm for the appreciation of wine, eschewing them all for what should rightly be the only indicator of quality in anything comestible: deliciousness.
Their aim is to discover the wine that brings the most joy, that which is the most degustatory. Every year they assemble an incredible team of judges from around Australia. Each judge is a beverage professional, from fields such as brewing, winemaking, sommelier, journalist and wine marketing. Each judge brings their own unique perspective and experience to bear when assessing more than 1500 wines from around South Australia.
Hot 100 Wines South Australia is working not only to provide a focus on great wines from South Australia, but to bring great minds in the industry together and expose to them the heart of South Australia.
Annual Conference Silver Sponsor
Annual Awards Dinner Sponsor
The Self Insurers of South Australia (SISA) is an incorporated association that represents most of South Australia’s largest private and public sector employers that are self-insured under the South Australian Return to Work Act 2014. Their membership represents about 36% of the State’s employment by remuneration.
SISA was first incorporated on 3rd August 1984 as the Employer Managed Workers Compensation Association (EMWCA). Although it was known as SISA for many years beforehand, the name was officially changed from EMWCA to SISA in November 2005.
SISA is recognised as the sole representative organisation for self insured employers. It provides its member organisations with assistance and support in their interactions with the return to work scheme and promotes best practice in the prevention and management of workplace injuries.
SISA’s objectives are to promote, develop and support the interests of its members by communication and liaison with ReturnToWorkSA, SafeWork SA, Government, unions and other organisations in regard to self-insurance.
Executive Committee (Secretary) - Patrick Walsh
The Registered Employers Group (REG) was incorporated in 1990 with the aim of providing a networking, lobbying and discussion forum regarding topical aspects of the SA Workers Compensation Scheme for WorkCover registered employers.
REG is a not for profit entity with an Executive Committee comprised of volunteers from within their membership base who have considerable hands on workers compensation experience from both an employer and claims agent perspective.
They are not an industry based association so any South Australian employer – large or small – who is registered with WorkCover can become a member.
As a recognised employer stakeholder, REG is represented at WorkCover’s Employer and Stakeholder Forums and participates in discussion and debate regarding key workers compensation issues with other stakeholders. This allows REG to keep members informed and up-to-date on current workers compensation issues and WorkCover initiatives which could impact on their business.
Their goal is to promote and foster knowledge, awareness and understanding of workers compensation and rehabilitation issues impacting employers in South Australia.