Victorian State of the State

Victorian State of the State

Nov 16
CEDA is pleased to welcome the Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria, to deliver the 2016 State of the State address.


The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria

Event overview

This year’s State of the State address comes at a time of great interest for policymakers and business leaders. Major reform and investment is underway in infrastructure, energy, vocational education, health and social services. Hear directly from the Premier to get new insights into the state’s priorities and how it will impact your organisation.

The State of the State address is an annual CEDA event held in each Australian city, with a major keynote economic address by the Premier.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP
Premier of Victoria

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