Past events

What visitors want from Sydney's tourism sector

NSW
May 9
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome The Star Entertainment Group, Chief Executive Officer, Matt Bekier, to the 2018 Trustee program.
 

Speakers

Matt Bekier, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, The Star Entertainment Group

Maximising investment in Western Sydney

NSW
May 8
CEDA welcomes the Hon. Stuart Ayres to open the 2018 Western Sydney growth series, to share his portfolio priorities to maximise Government investment in Western Sydney.

Speakers

The Hon. Stuart Ayres, Minister for Western Sydney, Minister for WestConnex, and Minister for Sport

Insights into inequality

SA
May 8
CEDA's upcoming research will examine key ideas and concepts of inequality, including inequality of opportunity and the future of inequality. At the report release in Adelaide, Dr Simon Longstaff AO will discuss the concept of inequality and fairness.

Speakers

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

Tax policy and trade wars - implications for Australia

NSW
May 7
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome the 53rd Speaker of the US House of Representatives, John Boehner, to the 2018 Trustee program.

Speakers

John Boehner, the 53rd Speaker of the US House of Representatives

SA Women and Leadership series: impact of domestic violence

SA
May 3

CEDA welcomes White Ribbon Australia CEO, Libby Davies to discuss the economic impact of domestic violence. Libby will be joined by a panel who will discuss what their organisations are doing to address the issue.

Speakers

Libby Davies, Chief Executive Officer, White Ribbon Australia
Deirdre Flynn, Director Client Services, Catherine House
Professor Wendy Lacey, Dean and Head of School of Law, University of South Australia
Linda Fellows, Assistant Commissioner, SA Police

Cyber security - how can industry stay ahead of the game?

WA
May 3
The 2017 ASX Cyber Health Check Report found only 43 per cent of Australian boards are confident that their company is properly secured against cyber-attacks. What more can be done to capture the opportunities while managing emerging threats?

Speakers

Georgina Crundell, Partner, Cyber security, EY
Teresa Harding, Manager - Cyber Threat, Bankwest
Gregory Miller, Deputy National Cyber Security Adviser, Australian Department of Home Affairs
Professor Craig Valli, Director, Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University

Economic opportunities for Australia in developing our North

NSW
May 2
CEDA NSW/ACT is delighted to welcome Northern Australia Infrastruture Facility, Chief Executive Officer, Laurie Walker, to the 2018 Trustee program.

Speakers

Laurie Walker, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF)

NSW property outlook

NSW
May 1
Valued at over $200 hundred billion, the property sector represents 13 per cent of Australian GDP and is Australia’s largest industry. Drivers that shape the residential, retail and commercial sectors have a direct impact on Australia’s economic prosperity.

Speakers

John Brogden AM, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Landcom
Nerida Conisbee, Chief Economist, REA Group
Graeme Ross, Managing Director and Global Head of Real Estate, Commonwealth Bank

How unequal? Insights on inequality - CEDA research

WA
Apr 27
CEDA WA’s event will explore the persistence of poverty in some regions and urban areas in our State and the impact limited access to quality technology, education, infrastructure and health services has on WA’s economy.

Speakers

Louise Giolitto, Chief Executive Officer, WA Council of Social Service
Dr Laura Perry, Associate Professor, School of Education, Murdoch University
Grahame Searle, Director General, WA Department of Communities

Urban planning

VIC
Apr 26
Victorian Minister for Planning, Richard Wynne will give a keynote address ahead of the 2017-18 State Budget.

Speakers

The Hon. Richard Wynne MP, Victorian Minister for Planning
Julian Szafraniec, Principal and National Leader- Data and Spatial Analytics, SGS Economic and Planning

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