The Digital Economy fuelling Australia's export growth

The Digital Economy fuelling Australia’s export growth

NSW
Jul 31

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 Public event
 31/07/2013
 Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW

 Broadband/Digital economy
 Breakfast (7.15am to 9.30am)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

Business models are evolving rapidly to respond to technological and platform advantages. Join CEDA for the next chapter in the digital economy discussion. Industry speakers will address: market, regulatory, policy and technology drivers; market trends; and the cross-border trade opportunities.
In the National Digital Economy Strategy (June 2013), the Federal Government identified:
91.2 per cent of Australian businesses have an internet connection;
Only 43.1 per cent of Australian businesses have a web presence; and
Small and medium enterprises that integrate internet tools into their business models grow twice as fast as those which do not.
E-commerce platforms are driving business growth, widening markets to new offshore customers, encouraging entrepreneurship and allowing the fast start-up of technology-enabled businesses.
What can Australian companies do to maximise the uncapped potential e-commerce platforms present?
Which sectors are expanding their export market wealth by seizing the opportunities of electronic trade?

Business models are evolving rapidly to respond to technological and platform advantages. Join CEDA for the next chapter in the digital economy discussion. Industry speakers will address: market, regulatory, policy and technology drivers; market trends; and the cross-border trade opportunities.

In the National Digital Economy Strategy (June 2013), the Federal Government identified:

  • 91.2 per cent of Australian businesses have an internet connection;
  • Only 43.1 per cent of Australian businesses have a web presence; and
  • Small and medium enterprises that integrate internet tools into their business models grow twice as fast as those which do not.

E-commerce platforms are driving business growth, widening markets to new offshore customers, encouraging entrepreneurship and allowing the fast start-up of technology-enabled businesses.

What can Australian companies do to maximise the uncapped potential e-commerce platforms present?

Which sectors are expanding their export market wealth by seizing the opportunities of electronic trade?

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Paul Greenberg
Chief Executive Officer
National Online Retailers Association

Bruce Gosper
Chief Executive Officer
Austrade

Dr Simon Schropp
Senior Economist
Sidley

Tim Mackinnon
Head of Merchant Solutions
eBay

David A. O'Connor
Managing Director
All Things Australian

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Registration Fees (Including GST)

CEDA Members and Guests

$121.00 per person
$1120.00 Table of 10

Non-members

$190.00 per person
$1900.00 Table of 10

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