• CEDA's Top 10 speeches 2015

    CEDA has released its 2015 collection of the most influential
    and interesting speeches from the CEDA platform in 2015.
    Click to see which speeches are included.

  • CEDA Economic and

    Political Overview 2016


    February launch. Nine events to be held across Australia.
    Click to find out details on your local event.


  • World Competitiveness Yearbook

    The Executive Opinion Survey of the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016
    is now open. Click here to complete the survey before 31 March 2016.




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Very good time to be NSW Treasurer "Since the June Budget, we’ve revised up our 2015–16 surplus to $3.4 billion – an improvement of $876 million, $438 million of which was from TransGrid,” New South Wales (NSW) Treasurer, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian told a CEDA audience.


We have gone to Paris with the intention of being a deeply constructive country
What we’ve done is we’ve gone to Paris with the intention of being a deeply constructive country, Federal Minister for the Environment the Hon. Greg Hunt has told a CEDA audience....Read More

Women in Leadership Christmas special
“I think the biggest gift to women in 2015 was the demise of Tony Abbott as prime minister,” television presenter and journalist, Tracey Spicer told a CEDA audience at an Adelaide Women in Leadership event. ...Read More

Big issues results 2015
Addressing tax evasion, the critical importance of innovation, education and skills, and opportunities for services industries have been highlighted in CEDA’s 2015 Big Issues survey as key drivers in improving the Australian economy....Read More



A make or break year for Australia business
Unsurprisingly, this year’s annual CEO survey by PwC shows a marked drop in CEO confidence around the prospect for growth, not just in their own business but in the economy as a whole.


Educational attainment vital for our economy
As millions of young Australians begin returning to school next week, there’s a clear national imperative to ensure all young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, are supported to do well.


Looking to the future: Lessons and opportunities for Australia from Hong Kong
After a recent visit to Hong Kong, CEDA Chief Executive , Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin, discusses lessons and opportunities for Australia

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