2019 Economic and Political Overview in Adelaide

2019 Economic and Political Overview in Adelaide

SA
Mar 15
At this year’s Economic and Political Overview (EPO), CEDA welcomes SA Premier, the Hon. Steven Marshall, 12 months on since his election to deliver a keynote address detailing his government’s achievements and plans for 2019 and beyond.

Speakers

The Hon. Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia
Kristina Clifton, Senior Economist, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Andy Keough, Managing Director, SAAB Australia
Jane Pickering, Chief Executive Officer, Eldercare

Event overview

CEDA’s annual EPO kicks off the year, providing insight and analysis of the key issues facing the state.

The keynote address by the Premier will follow on from other key leaders, who will detail the opportunities across crucial sectors of the SA economy and explore the factors reshaping the state and national and global economies for the year ahead.

All attendees will receive a copy of the 2019 Economic and Political Overview report.

Event presentations

The Hon. Steven Marshall, South Australian Premier, Keynote address MP3
Kristina Clifton, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Presentation MP3 and Slides PDF
Professor Colin Stirling, Flinders University, Presentation MP3
Jane Pickering, Eldercare, Presentation MP3
Andy Keough, SAAB Australia, Presentation MP3
Grant Wilckens, Discovery Parks, Presentation MP3
Moderated panel discussion MP3
Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Steven Marshall MP
Premier of South Australia

Meet the speakers

Kristina Clifton
Senior Economist, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Andy Keough
Managing Director, SAAB Australia

Jane Pickering
Chief Executive Officer, Eldercare

Professor Colin Stirling
President and Vice Chancellor, Flinders University

Grant Wilckens
Chief Executive Officer, Discovery Parks

Additional participants to be confirmed.

 

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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.

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