Global technology and consulting firm MTX today announced it is establishing its Asia Pacific Hub here in South Australia, creating 2,500 jobs and a $5 billion injection to the local economy over the next 5 years.
At the press conference today at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML), MTX CEO Ben Papps announced the decision to set up in Adelaide, with South Australia’s vision on being a global leader in space, defence, healthcare and technology being a major contributing factor.
Premier Steven Marshall warmly welcomed the announcement, stating that global leaders in technology like MTX along with the likes of Google, Amazon and Accenture establishing their presence here in SA will mean more jobs, and better lives for South Australians.
Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment said the establishment of MTX in SA is in alignment with the $1.2 billion digital economy strategy of the Federal Government.
MTX specialise in providing better decisions, faster, for both B2B services as well as for government agencies. MTX are passionate about investing in the local community, determined to employ local graduates and train them up.
Pictured from Left to Right: Lorin Nairn, Showcase SA. Ben Papps CEO MTX. The Hon. Stephen Patterson, Minister for Trade and Investment. Brooke Williams, Showcase SA.