NSW State of the State

NSW State of the State

NSW
Jul 16
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Speakers

The Hon. Mike Baird MP, Premier of New South Wales

Event overview

The State of the State address provides senior leaders from across industries, with your colleagues and guests, to hear directly from the Premier on how he plans to continue the Government's mandate of Rebuilding New South Wales.

The Premier will set out the Government's plans to keep New South Wales working, to maintain the nation's strongest economy, and priorities in relation to:

  • Strategies for NSW to maintain the lead as the premier state of investment and growth;
  • Implementation of second term priorities, and investment in major projects; and
  • Maintaining our State's competitiveness due to changes in regional and global economies.

As an independent national organisation, CEDA hosts State of the State addresses across the country each year. We look forward to welcoming you at this important event, providing you with a first-hand opportunity to learn more about the priorities of the elected NSW Government.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Mike Baird MP
Premier of New South Wales

Mike Baird was re-elected as the 44th Premier of New South Wales on 28 March 2015. His cabinet was sworn in on 2 April 2015 and he also serves as Minister for Western Sydney. Prior to being appointed Leader of the NSW Liberal Party and Premier in 2014, Mike Baird served as Treasurer of NSW after the 2011 election. He was elected Member for Manly in 2007 after an 18-year banking career incorporating corporate banking, securitisation, debt capital markets and project finance in Australia, London and Hong Kong.

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