Ageing well in South Australia

Ageing well in South Australia

SA
May 25
This event will provide insight into the size and significance of the ageing market and explore how South Australia could unlock the potential to bring a huge sustainable economic and social uplift to the State.

Speakers

Raymond Spencer, Chair, Economic Development Board
Nick Reade, Chief Executive, BankSA

Event overview

Join CEDA for this event which will provide insight into the size and significance of the ageing market and explore how South Australia can capitalise on the economic and social changes in the State.

In South Australia, 17.5 per cent of the population are aged 65 and over, this is expected to grow to 25 per cent by 2050. Internationally, our neighbouring countries face similar challenges and issues but on a much greater scale and complexity especially in the Asia Pacific region. The new ageing population are more education, wealthier, healthier and well-travelled with an increase prospensity for risk than previous generations. South Australia has the opportunity to shift mindsets to recognise the contribution of the ageing population as providers, investors, employees, consumers and as active citizens.

Speakers Raymond Spencer, Chair of the Economic Development Board outline the opportunities, along with Nick Reade, Chief Executive of BankSA, who will launch BankSA’s latest trends economic bulletin, which examines the opportunities that an ageing population, rising incomes and increasing life expectancies hold for the State’s future prosperity.

Meet the speakers

Raymond Spencer
Chair, Economic Development Board

Nick Reade
Chief Executive, BankSA

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