Past events

The China connection

WA
May 17
This CEDA event features Australian based companies successfully trading in China and explores strategies for businesses looking to partner with or increase their engagement with China.

Speakers

Tony Girgis, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Brownes Foods
Winnie Lai Hadad, Special Advisor, HopgoodGanim Lawyers
Esther Oh, Managing Director, Aus Asia Resources
David Sun, Managing Director, SinoSteel Australia Pty Ltd and President, China Chamber of Commerce in Australia (Perth)

Strategic opportunities in health and human services

VIC
May 16
CEDA welcomes Department of Health and Human Services, Deputy Secretary, Strategy and Planning, Amity Durham, to address Trustees on the strategic opportunities for Victoria's health and human services.

Speakers

Amity Durham, Deputy Secretary, Strategy and Planning, Department of Health and Human Services

Information risk management

QLD
May 16
Increasingly interconnected information and information systems, automation and artificial intelligence, introduce new cyber security challenges.

Speakers

Berin Lautenbach, Chief Information Security Officer Asia Pacific, Cyber Security, Telstra

The future of work and trends in the job market

NSW
May 16
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome SEEK Australia & New Zealand, Managing Director, Kendra Banks to the 2018 Trustee program.

Speakers

Kendra Banks, Managing Director, SEEK Australia and New Zealand

SA defence industry overview

SA
May 15
CEDA welcomes back to the lectern Federal Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon. Christopher Pyne to deliver a keynote address at CEDA’s annual defence industry overview luncheon, less than a week after the Federal Government's budget.

Speakers

The Hon. Christopher Pyne MP, Federal Minister for Defence Industry
Gabby Costigan, Chief Executive Officer, BAE Systems Australia
Mike Kalms, Lead Partner Defence, KPMG
Professor Peter Rathjen, Vice-Chancellor and President, The University of Adelaide

Tax policy and trade wars - implications for Australia

WA
May 11
CEDA WA is delighted to welcome the 53rd Speaker of the US House of Representatives, John Boehner, to the 2018 Trustee Program.

Speakers

John Boehner, Senior Strategic Advisor, Squire Patton Boggs and the 53rd Speaker of the US House of Representatives

A conversation with ABC Managing Director, Michelle Guthrie

WA
May 10
Since taking on the role of ABC Managing Director in May 2016, Michelle Guthrie has led the national broadcaster through significant change as it meets the challenges of a rapidly changing media landscape. Michelle will share her thoughts on those challenges and the importance of the ABC both now and into the future.

Speakers

Michelle Guthrie, Managing Director, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Building a better brain for business

SA
May 10
CEDA welcomes University of Adelaide Faculty of the Professions and Health Science, Neural and Systems Complexity Specialist, Dr Fiona Kerr as she delves into the neuroscience around how leaders build better brains and creative, flourishing organisations.

Speakers

Dr Fiona Kerr, Industry Professor, Neural and Systems Complexity , Faculty of the Professions and Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide

Portfolio briefing: The Hon. Leeanne Enoch

QLD
May 9
The Minister will provide a detailed briefing into her portfolios, policy initiatives and new term plans to encourage economic growth, science strategy and innovative solutions to support Queensland's environment and cultural life.

Speakers

The Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP, Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts

Inequality: Dr Simon Longstaff AO

QLD
May 9
CEDA’s forthcoming research challenges presumptions of inequality and examines its relationship to economic development.  At the report release in Townsville Dr Simon Longstaff AO answers two critical questions - what is inequality, and what is fair?

Speakers

Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA
Dr Simon Longstaff AO, Executive Director, The Ethics Centre

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