News from CEDA events


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Australia a world leader in managing energy evolution

The world is watching closely as Australia’s energy market is fundamentally changing, according to Australian Energy Market Operator Managing Director and CEO, Audrey Zibelman. Read more…


Lack of trust between community and politicians driven by lack of narrative and vision

“One of the reasons for the lack of trust is because the politicians have difficulty constructing a narrative which encompasses everything they’re trying to do,” GRA Partners Chairman, the Hon. Eric Ripper AM has told a CEDA audience at the Perth Economic and Political Overview. Read more…


Is the gloomy forecast for 2019 justified?

Has that economic twig snapped again and is the gloom that we’re seeing at the moment actually justified? Commonwealth Bank of Australia Chief Economist and Managing Director, Economics, Michael Blythe asked at the launch of the Economic and Political Overview 2019 in Brisbane. Read more…


Tasmanian Treasurer sings state’s strengths

In recent years Tasmania has gone from being one of the weakest economies to one of strongest and diverse in the nation, according to state Treasurer the Hon. Peter Gutwein. Read more…


Community expectations in an age of mistrust

Mistrust in institutions is fairly universal but that doesn’t mean that trust in all institutions has dropped, just our formal institutions, Governance Institute of Australia CEO, Megan Motto told CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview audience in Sydney. Read more…


International education to unlock opportunities for South Australian businesses

The opportunities available to South Australia through international students “is bigger than any of us can understand,” according to StudyAdelaide Chair, Sean Keenihan. Read more…


ACT selling knowledge, ideas and experiences

“We meet at a time when there is more uncertainty about what the coming year will bring than perhaps any time in the last decade. (But) here in the ACT, we are projecting remarkable stability,” said ACT Chief Minister, Andrew Barr at CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview in Canberra. Read more…


How to move from intentions to actions on gender equality?

Placing unconscious, gendered thought bias into the spotlight is one step organisations can take to achieving gender equality, according to VicHealth Leading Thinker and Harvard University Professor Iris Bohnet. Read more…


BHP CEO backs Indigenous voice to parliament

Fulfilling the Uluru Statement from the Heart is essential to strengthening Australia’s society and economy for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, according to BHP Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Mackenzie. Read more…


We need to build skills not walls: Telstra CEO

An ongoing skilled migration policy is essential to attract and recruit the right talent and capabilities we need to transform and compete effectively on a global stage, Telstra Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Penn has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


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