2016 State Budget address

2016 State Budget address

QLD
Jun 20
CEDA presents the annual keynote State Budget address with Queensland Treasurer The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP.

Speakers

The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP, Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment

Event overview

With State wide implications across sectors the budget sets the forward direction for the State’s growth and economic development.

At this signature CEDA annual event following the budget release, Queensland Treasurer the Hon. Curtis Pitt will provide a detailed briefing on the States balance sheet, policy drivers for growth, economic trends across sectors, and the Federal budget implications in Queensland. 

Join senior leaders from across sectors and professions for the 2016 CEDA Queensland State Budget address to hear directly from the Treasurer, his response to post budget analysis, to your questions and to discuss 2016-2017 budget forecasts and Queensland’s economic future.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment

Born and educated in regional Queensland, the Hon. Curtis Pitt MP is the member for Mulgrave. Before entering Parliament, he led the Queensland Government's business and skilled migration program and Indigenous Jobs and Enterprises Taskforce.

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