SA 2016 Economic and Political Overview

SA 2016 Economic and Political Overview

SA
Feb 19
CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview conference in Adelaide will bring together key thought leaders and commentators to review, analyse and discuss the climate in which business and industry will be operating across in 2016.

Speakers

The Hon. Jay Weatherill, Chief Executive, Minderoo Foundation Thrive by Five
Michael Blythe, Chief Economist and Managing Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Craig Lockhart, Chief Executive Officer, Babcock International Group
The Hon. Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science

Event overview

The 2016 Adelaide EPO will bring together leading federal and state commentators and industry leaders to provide an in-depth analysis of the key milestones and potential influences on the political and economic landscape.

The event will build on CEDA's Shaping the Future of South Australia initiative to drive the long term sustainability of the State.

A must-attend forum for all those whose business can be impacted by the swings and roundabouts of economic and political decisions. Join CEDA for the best and most concise analysis for 2016.

Bring your colleagues, clients and guests together early in 2016 to see what the year holds. All attendees receive a copy of  CEDA's 2016 EPO report.

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Jay Weatherill
Chief Executive, Minderoo Foundation Thrive by Five

Michael Blythe
Chief Economist and Managing Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Craig Lockhart
Chief Executive Officer, Babcock International Group

The Hon. Christopher Pyne MP
Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science

Miriam Silva
State President, CEDA

Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin
Chief Executive, CEDA

Mark Young (Chair)
Managing Director, Adelaide Airport Ltd

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Public event advice – Coronavirus

At CEDA we are proud to regularly convene and engage speakers and audiences as an essential element of our efforts to broaden discussion and debate of the most important policy issues facing Australia. In doing so, our first priority is always the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff.

CEDA is currently delivering a digital program of public events, podcasts and virtual Trustee roundtable discussions; hybrid events with both a livestream and audience in attendance; and face-face events, where there is member demand and they can be delivered in accordance with government health advice for a specific state.

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