Past events

Annual dinner address by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg

NSW
Nov 19
CEDA is delighted to welcome Federal Treasurer, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg, to its lectern for the 2019 Annual Dinner Address.

Speakers

The Hon. Josh Frydenberg, Federal Treasurer

CEDA Annual General Meeting

NSW
Nov 19
CEDA Trustees are invited to attend CEDA's Annual General Meeting

Speakers


2019 State of SA

SA
Nov 19
CEDA’s annual State of SA brings together key leaders to shine a light on the current growth opportunities and disruptions South Australia faces.
 

Speakers

Christine Holgate, Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Australia Post
Andrew Cole, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, OZ Minerals
Kate Croser, Chief Executive Officer, South Australian Film Corporation
Martin Haese, Chief Executive Officer, Business SA

Building better health across NSW

NSW
Nov 15
The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) welcomes the Hon. Brad Hazzard MP to deliver an address to CEDA members and guests across the health sector on building better health across NSW.

Speakers

The Hon. Brad Hazzard MP, NSW Minister for Health and Medical Research

Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene

NSW
Nov 14
CEDA’s latest research Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene explores how Australia can make inroads to break the cycle of entrenched disadvantage. 

Speakers

Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA
Alan Greenfield, Principal, Taylor Fry
Anne Hampshire, Head of Research and Advocacy, The Smith Family
Michael Baldwin, Head of Communications and Community, First State Super

Women in Leadership: economics of diversity and inclusion

WA
Nov 14
CEDA welcomes key leaders to engage in the critical discussion of improving equality and gender diversity in WA and the metrics that support positive economic growth.

Speakers

Peter Bennett, Chief Executive Officer, Clough
Professor Cobie Rudd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Partnerships), Edith Cowan University
Athalie Williams, Chief People Officer, BHP

Tackling entrenched disadvantage - new approaches

QLD
Nov 13
CEDA’s forthcoming report Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene will highlight how Australia can make inroads to break the cycle of entrenched disadvantage at an early stage.

Speakers

Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA
Professor Ingrid Burkett, Co-Director, Yunus Centre, Griffith University
Matthew Cox, Executive Director, Logan Together

Future of work series: positive ageing

SA
Nov 13
CEDA is pleased to welcome Ashton Applewhite, anti-ageism activist,  to inspire and challenge your thinking around the untapped potential of the ageing workforce.

Speakers

Ashton Applewhite, Writer and anti-ageism activist
Julianne Parkinson, Chief Executive Officer, Global Centre for Modern Ageing
David Place, Chief Executive Officer, SA Ambulance Service
Jane Mussared, Chief Executive of COTA SA

Bridging the skills gap: delivering SA's future workforce

SA
Nov 12
Join your fellow Trustees at this afternoon tea as the Training Advocate, Renee Hindmarsh details the approach of her office to the training requirements of the future in South Australia.

Speakers

Renee Hindmarsh, Training Advocate, Office of the Training Advocate

Future of Work: workforces in transition

WA
Nov 12
The final event in CEDA WA’s Future of Work series welcomes senior leaders from Rio Tinto, Bunnings, McKinsey & Company and Transition Hub as they examine approaches to talent acquisition and retention for the future agile, digital, mobile and automation-driven workforce.

Speakers

Chris Salisbury, Chief Executive - Iron Ore, Rio Tinto
Michael Schneider, Managing Director, Bunnings
Oliver Tonby, Chairman, Asia, McKinsey & Company
Louise Watts, Director, Transition Hub

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