Upcoming events

Australia's place in the world - research report

SA
Nov 21
CEDA will release a research report in November 2017 which will consider the economic effects felt in Australia from policy decisions that emerge from geopolitical events.

Speakers

Professor Richard Pomfret, Professor of Economics, The University of Adelaide
Alan Oxley, Chair, APEC Study Centre, RMIT University

End of year economic update

SA
Nov 22
CEDA welcomes Darryl Gobbett, Chief Economist and Financial Adviser, Baillieu Holst, as he gives his unique take on the year's most pressing economic trends and how they might impact our state.

Speakers

Darryl Gobbett, Chief Economist and Financial Adviser, Baillieu Holst

Women and Leadership series: a roadmap to change

SA
Nov 23
CEDA is pleased to welcome Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency for this Women and Leadership series event. Libby will present the findings from WGEA's 2016-17 Australia's gender equality scorecard.

Speakers

Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA)
Helen Fraser, Director, Human Resources, AECOM
Debby Blakey, Chief Executive Officer, HESTA

South Australia's competitive advantage

SA
Nov 28
CEDA is delighted to welcome Bernard Salt AM as he leads the discussion around positioning South Australia as the place for business, focussing on its strengths including liveability, affordability, entrepreneurship culture, and digital infrastructure.

Speakers

Bernard Salt AM, Managing Director, The Demographics Group
Jane Danvers, Principal, Wilderness School
Joe Thorp, Chief Executive Officer, TechInSA

From smart to intelligent cities: urban transformation

SA
Feb 6
CEDA welcomes Stephen Yarwood, former Lord Mayor of Adelaide and well respected Urban Futurist, as he looks at the important changes that will transform the future of our city.

Speakers

Stephen Yarwood, Former Lord Mayor of Adelaide and Urban Futurist, City2050

A conversation with Tim Jarvis AM

SA
Feb 28
CEDA welcomes Tim Jarvis AM as he speaks to CEDA Trustees about the lessons he has learned throughout his various expeditions, and will talk about leadership, problem solving, teamwork, change management and goal setting in an organisational context.

Speakers

Tim Jarvis AM, Polar Explorer, Author, Filmmaker, Environmental Scientist

Jobs of tomorrow: where, what, and how many?

SA
Mar 5

Speakers

Professor Goran Roos, Chair of the Advanced Manufacturing Council