Past events

Business models for the next economy

SA
Sep 12
Join your fellow CEDA Trustees at this morning tea event with Andrew Leunig, business model innovation expert, as he explores the future of business.

Speakers

Andrew Leunig, Business Architect and Coach

Breakfast on the Run: insights and learnings of Census 2016

NSW
Sep 12
CEDA welcomes David Kalish, Australian Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics, to provide CEDA members with an exclusive briefing on the release of the second, and key phase, of data from the 2016 Census.

Speakers

David Kalisch, Australian Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics

Digital transformation

VIC
Sep 8
Hear from the new Chief Executive of the Digital Transformation Agency Gavin Slater on the next stages of Australia's digital transformation agenda.

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The 2017-18 State Budget breakfast

WA
Sep 8
CEDA is pleased to host the 2017-18 Western Australia State Budget breakfast.

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Newcastle and Hunter Region Economic Development Forum

NSW
Sep 7
CEDA returns to the Hunter Region in 2017 for the Annual Newcastle and Hunter Region Economic Development Forum which will examine the core issues that continue to shape a regional economy in transition.

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Delivering WestConnex

NSW
Sep 7
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome Dennis Cliche, Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Motorway Corporation to the 2017 Trustee program.

Speakers

Dennis Cliche, Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Motorway Corporation

Tourism - improving competitiveness

QLD
Sep 6
Bob East will discuss how to transform Australian tourism, improve performance and build competitiveness.

Speakers

Bob East, Chief Executive Officer, Mantra Group

Women and Leadership: Kate Jenkins

SA
Sep 6
CEDA's Women and Leadership series is delighted to welcome Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins to the CEDA lectern.

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Securing Australia's critical infrastructure

VIC
Sep 4
Join Chris Moraitis PSM, Secretary, Attorney-General's Department to hear about strengthening the national security of Australia's critical infrastructure, including energy, water, ports and telecommunication.

Speakers

Chris Moraitis PSM, Secretary, Attorney-General's Department

Housing Australia - research report

SA
Sep 4
The intergenerational consequences of high housing costs and falling ownership will be examined in CEDA's next research report titled Housing Australia. Join CEDA members and guests, with a range of thought leaders and decision makers in the Australian housing debate.

Speakers

John Oliver, Chief Executive Officer, HomeStart Finance
Prof. Christian Leishman, Director, Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, the University of Adelaide
Dr Nigel Stapledon, Real Estate Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW

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