About ICN SA
ICN SA is embedded within the SA Government Department for Industry, Innovation and Science and the office is located in the Adelaide CBD.
What is ICN SA?
In South Australia, ICN SA is embedded within the SA Government Department for Industry, Innovation and Science to assist urban and regional communities increase economic prosperity.
ICN SA was established in 1986 and everything we do is guided by a clear vision to help increase economic activity and jobs for the business community of South Australia and, more generally, Australia.
We introduce businesses of all sizes to projects large and small across SA, and to a network of experienced industry procurement and supply chain specialists.
Bettina is Manager Supply Chain Development in the SA Government Department for Industry, Innovation and Science, focusing on developing supply chains in the minerals, energy, infrastructure, defence and other sectors and leading the Industry Capability Network in South Australia (ICN SA). She has worked as a chemical engineer in the oil and gas industry in South Africa, Germany and Australia before joining government. Her government roles include policy, regulation and economic development.
Eddie is Supply Chain Manager and supports project owners and their tier one contractors to build local supply chains across a variety of industry sectors, particularly major infrastructure, mining and defence construction projects. Since joining the ICN team in 2007, he has developed a strong knowledge of local supplier capabilities and has supported various businesses to connect to opportunities across these sectors. Eddie studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Australia and brings a good understanding of manufacturing and construction processes to his role.
Ariane is Supply Chain Manager Defence for the Industry Capability Network (ICN) working within the SA Government Department for Industry, Innovation and Science. Ariane’s role is to build local supply chains for defence projects by working closely with defence primes such as BAE Systems and their Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). She is also responsible for facilitating business to business matching. Ariane possesses deep experience and expertise in international trade and investment, having worked for various organisations in France and Australia including Austrade in Paris, NSW Government, French Trade Commission in Sydney and the South Australian Government. Over the course of her career, she has supported both French and Australian companies to achieve sustainable success in international markets. Ariane is passionate about her work and supporting the Defence industry.
Jeff is Supply Contracts Manager and works with major project proponents to support maximum local content. He also supports businesses transitioning into new sectors by providing networks for additional support and guidance. Jeff works at many levels from dealing with major project owners, project managers, procurement teams and construction teams to the businesses supplying to these projects. He also works with state and local government, business associations and business networks. Jeff understands the landscape of the industry sector to support local businesses with opportunities over the horizon and the best model of engagement to access those projects. Jeff’s background includes fitter and turner, procurement and economic development.
David is Supply Chain Consultant and has experience liaising with major projects including oil & gas, defence, mining, construction, energy and manufacturing sectors to advise on local industry capability and establish effective relationships that develop local and global supply chain opportunities. David’s background includes 20 years working within the construction and manufacturing industry sectors giving him a broad knowledge of industry supply chains, Australian Industry Participation (A.I.P) and Local Industry Participation (L.I.P).
Rachael is Supply Chain Manager for the Industry Capability Network (ICN) working within the SA Government Department for Industry, Innovation and Science. Rachael’s role supports project owners and their tier one contractors to build local supply chains across a variety of industry sectors, including major infrastructure, mining and defence construction projects. She joined the ICN team in January 2023 and brings extensive experience in supporting the growth of SMEs in South Australia, having worked as a commercial banker for many years before joining government, where she led the Department’s Small Business Team and held roles developing and implementing economic policy.
Paul joined the Industry Capability Network (ICN) team within the SA Department for Industry, Innovation and Science in January 2023.
Paul’s role supports project owners and their tier one contractors to build local supply chains across a range of industry sectors, with a focus on advanced manufacturing and emerging technologies.
He has extensive knowledge and experience in Leadership, Management, Manufacturing, Engineering and Board Directorships.
He also has a good understanding of companies/organisations including non-profit and supply chains from his long history involved in a manufacturing company and has a mechanical engineering background.
As an experienced engagement specialist within the public and private sector, Denise strives to provide exceptional service to each stakeholder to ensure beneficial outcomes for all parties.
Denise has a wealth of experience as her career expands over several industries including building and construction, professional services, tourism, agribusiness and government.
She is passionate about helping businesses connect to opportunities and building their capabilities to enable them to better supply.
Her role with ICN in South Australia provides opportunity for her to engage with a wide range of key stakeholders, with a view to increasing industry’s participation in local, national and global supply chains.