Past events

Healthcare - technology driven transformation

Apr 7
Complex healthcare challenges are upon us now. Join CEDA and Healthtech leaders dealing with front line issues to examine how Australia can harness the opportunities for data and digital transformation in healthcare.


Sue MacLeman, Co-Chair, Expert Working Group, Health Technology Readiness Project, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering
Dr Charmaine Gittleson, Chief Medical Officer, CSL
Tim Kelsey, Senior Vice President, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
Dr Nic Woods, Health Industry Executive and Chief Medical Officer, Microsoft

Ethical decision making during crisis

Apr 2
As the Covid19 pandemic develops CEDA asks what ethical conundrums lie ahead of governments, corporates and our communities and considers the checks and measures necessary to curb unethical behaviour.  


Dr Simon Longstaff AO, Executive Director, The Ethics Centre
Narelle Hooper, Editor in Chief, Company Director Magazine
Peter Harmer, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, IAG
Clare Payne, EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics and Honorary Fellow, The University of Melbourne

Cybercrime - what are the new threats?

Mar 31
Join CEDA members and guests for an interactive livestream discussion on the new cyber threats and hear a case study of the cost to business and reputation of a cyber-attack on a global business.   


See the event page for all speakers

Coronavirus: update, impact and facts

Mar 18
CEDA’s event, will bring together key leaders from across government, industry, academia and health to lead an important discussion around what we have in place to deal with the range of health, social and economic impacts we face in Australia due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Associate Professor Michael Beard, Head, Viral Pathogenesis Research Laboratory, The University of Adelaide
Mark Duffy, Chief Executive , Department for Innovation and Skills
Karyn Kent, Chief Executive Officer, StudyAdelaide
Chris Sweet, Partner, Finlaysons

Innovation in space

Mar 16
Dr Megan Clark AC will discuss the Australian Space Agency’s priorities to transform our space industry and grow Australia’s research, science and technology capabilities.


Dr Megan Clark AC, Head, Australian Space Agency

Strategy execution

Mar 13
Join your fellow Trustees at this afternoon tea briefing as visiting International Human Capital Consultant, Paul ter Wal, discusses the critical importance of happy workers.


Paul ter Wal, International Human Capital Consultant, President of the Global Speakers Federation

WA's agriculture export opportunities

Mar 12
David Lock is a leader across agribusiness, hosted by the City of Canning, he will present an update on the current market and highlight the path ahead for the sector.


David Lock, Chairman, Odeum Farms

Leader of the Opposition address

Mar 12
CEDA's Leader series welcomes the Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP to deliver the Leader of the Opposition address.


The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP, Leader, South Australian Labor Party
Daniela Ritorto, Media and communications specialist

Building a sustainable energy economy

Mar 11
Australia is increasingly focussed on climate change and how we adapt to it.  Hear why and how we must develop new industry and jobs, diversify our economy, attract the capital and develop the expertise that can make Australia a global superpower in the low carbon future.


Professor Ross Garnaut AC, Professor of Economics, The University of Melbourne
The Hon. Dr Anthony Lynham, Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy

2020 Economic and Political Overview in Melbourne

Mar 11
CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview in Melbourne provides expert analysis and forecasts for the year ahead. Hear from our annual keynote speaker Treasurer of Victoria, Tim Pallas and Commonwealth Bank Chief Economist and Managing Director, Michael Blythe.


Tim Pallas MP, Treasurer of Victoria
Michael Blythe, Chief Economist and Managing Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Melinda Cilento, Chief Executive, CEDA

Total Pages: 242