2019 Victoria State of the State

2019 Victoria State of the State

VIC
Dec 3
CEDA welcomes Premier of Victoria, the Hon. Daniel Andrews MP to deliver the 2019 State of the State address.

Speakers

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria

Event overview

Join CEDA and the Premier for a discussion on the state of the Victorian economy and key priorities and policies that will shape the State's economic and social prosperity in the year ahead.

The State of the State address is held annually in each Australian capital city, with a major keynote address by the Premier.

Event presentations

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP
Premier of Victoria

Daniel entered the Victorian Parliament in 2002 as the Member for Mulgrave, representing families in Melbourne’s South Eastern suburbs. He was appointed to the Cabinet in 2006, as Minister for Consumer Affairs and Gaming, and he became Minister for Health in 2007. As Health Minister, Daniel devised the landmark Victorian Cancer Action Plan and funded the state’s first Comprehensive Cancer Centre. In December 2010, Daniel became Leader of the Opposition. He was sworn in as Victoria’s 48th Premier in December 2014.

Supported by CEDA members

Major sponsors

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