News from CEDA events


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Experience is an asset, not a liability: Ashton Applewhite, anti-ageism activist

“Longer lives require us to work longer, to save more and yet age discrimination in the workforce is rampant,” anti-ageism activist and writer Ashton Applewhite has told a CEDA audience at an event in Adelaide. Read more…


Rethinking Australia's defence priorities

Griffith Business School Dean (Research) and Professor of Political Science, Professor Andrew O’Neil, has told a CEDA audience in Brisbane that it is time for the Australian government to affirm a genuine commitment to self-reliance in the defence space. Read more…


Australian media is facing challenging times

Digital disruption presents challenges for the ABC but also new opportunities, ABC Chair, Ita Buttrose AC, OBE, has told a CEDA audience in Brisbane. Read more…


Tasmania, the turnaround State

Tasmania has the best performing economy of any state across any measure, Premier of Tasmania, the Hon. Will Hodgman, has told a CEDA audience in Hobart at the annual State of the State address. Read more…


Addressing age bias in the workplace

We need to change the paradigm on how we think about age and generational stereotypes in the workplace, Randstad Chief Executive Officer (ANZ, South East Asia, India), Frank Ribuot, has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our modern time: Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our modern time, Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Government leadership needed on design

Design is an enabler of innovation and the notion of design-led innovation is something we should start talking about, Good Design Australia CEO, Dr Brandon Gien, told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Australian data, privacy laws out of date

Privacy is not a new issue, but I think it is fair to say with digital platforms it has been completely turbo-charged, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has told CEDA at an event in Perth. Read more…


CEDA Company Pulse: Queenslanders value minimising workforce reductions

Unveiling CEDA’s latest research, Company Pulse, in Brisbane, CEDA CEO, Melinda Cilento, said that compared to priorities of the general community, Queenslanders were more likely to prioritise businesses minimising the impacts of workforce reductions than other states. Read more…


Society's expectations will continue to evolve and business will need to evolve with them

“There are some politicians and commentators out there who say corporations shouldn’t get involved in social values, and they should just stick to their knitting,” KPMG National Chair Alison Kitchen told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…


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