State of the State

State of the State

Nov 20
Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews will give a major keynote address focussing on the state's economic strategy.


The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria

Event overview

This major economic address provides senior leaders from across industries the opportunity to hear directly from the Premier on plans for Victoria’s economic growth.

As an independent national organisation CEDA hosts State of the State addresses across the country each year. We look forward to welcoming you at this important event, providing you with a first-hand opportunity to learn more about the priorities of Victorian Government.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP
Premier of Victoria

Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews will give a major keynote address focussing on the state’s economic strategy.In December 2010, Daniel became Leader of the Opposition. He developed a positive plan for our state and he was honoured to win the support of the Victorian people. Daniel was sworn in as Victoria’s 48th Premier in December 2014. He leads a strong majority Labor Government that’s focused on our future.

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