2015 Economic and Political Overview in Melbourne

2015 Economic and Political Overview in Melbourne

VIC
Feb 27
CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview brings together state and federal commentators to provide an in-depth analysis of the environment in which business will be operating over the year ahead.

Speakers

The Hon. Steven Ciobo MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade and Investment
Brett Himbury, Chief Executive, IFM Investors
Justin Fabo, Senior Economist, ANZ Banking Group
Josh Gordon, State Political Editor, The Age

Event overview

CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview (EPO) brings together state and federal commentators to provide an in-depth analysis of the environment in which business will be operating over the year ahead.

For more than 30 years CEDA's EPO publication and events have been an important resources for business to inform and support their strategic planning for the year ahead.

The EPO brings together leading federal and state commentators to provide an in-depth analysis of the key milestones and potential influences on the political and economic landscape for the year ahead.  

This year's EPO also explores possible funding options from the finance sector for business and infrastructure investment.

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 2015.  

   Download 2015 EPO publication (pdf)

View 2015 EPO as e-book     

Meet the keynote speakers

The Hon. Steven Ciobo MP
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade and Investment

Brett Himbury
Chief Executive, IFM Investors

Meet the speakers

Justin Fabo
Senior Economist, ANZ Banking Group

Josh Gordon
State Political Editor, The Age

Professor Rodney Maddock
Monash University and Victoria University

Ben Potter
Senior Writer, The Australian Financial Review

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