Global networks: transforming how Australia does business

Global networks: transforming how Australia does business

SA
Nov 11
Join CEDA for the launch of our final research report for 2015, Global networks: transforming how Australia does business, for a discussion on new opportunities for Australian businesses to connect internationally as the global economy evolves.

Speakers

Dr Julia Newton-Howes AM, Chief Executive, CARE Australia
Hon Martin Hamilton-Smith MP, Minister for Investment and Trade

Event overview

Join CEDA to hear from key leaders discussing how Australia's relationship with the rest of the world is rapidly changing and how businesses can successfully exploit new ideas and new ways of doing business.

CEDA's report, Global networks: transforming how Australia does business, will focus on three key themes.

  • Succeeding from Australia and how technological change is killing the tyranny of distance;
  • How Australia can encourage the free movement of ideas and people; and
  • The benefits of well structured bilateral trade agreements and how to realise them.

Key speakers will discuss the report and give their expert views and recommendations for strengthening Australia's international connectedness for the benefit of Australian business.

All attendees will receive a copy of CEDA's Global networks report.

Meet the speakers

Dr Julia Newton-Howes AM
Chief Executive, CARE Australia

Hon Martin Hamilton-Smith MP
Minister for Investment and Trade

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