2016 Economic and Political Overview in Canberra

2016 Economic and Political Overview in Canberra

ACT
Feb 19
CEDA’s Annual Economic and Political Overview (EPO) is Australia's premier series of briefings on the Australian economy and political landscape for the year ahead.

Speakers

The Hon. Andrew Barr, Chief Minister, Australian Capital Territory
Stephen Byron, Managing Director, Canberra Airport
Sabra Lane, Chief Political Correspondent, 7.30 Report, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Malcolm Snow, Chief Executive, National Capital Authority

Event overview

CEDA’s Annual Economic and Political Overview (EPO) is Australia's premier series of briefings on the Australian economy and political landscape for the year ahead. The EPO dovetails with the release of a CEDA research perspective providing senior business and political leaders insights and information on the operating environment over the next 12 months.

CEDA brings the EPO to Canberra to examine the critical issues that will shape the local economy, including a specific focus on local infrastructure and planning priorities, and both the Federal and Territory elections in 2016.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Andrew Barr
Chief Minister, Australian Capital Territory

Meet the speakers

Stephen Byron
Managing Director, Canberra Airport

Sabra Lane
Chief Political Correspondent, 7.30 Report, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Malcolm Snow
Chief Executive, National Capital Authority

Emma Thomas
Project Director, Capital Metro

Supported by CEDA members

National research sponsor

Major sponsors

Public event advice – Coronavirus

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