News from CEDA events


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Activity, energy and bold thinking have Victoria on track: Andrews

Victoria’s rapid pace of infrastructure investment and delivery needs to be the state’s new normal, Premier Daniel Andrews told CEDA’s State of the State event. Read more…


Indigenous people need alternate employment pathways

With diverse backgrounds, experiences and learning, Indigenous people can’t get entry points into the workforce through one level, Carey Group Holdings Chief Executive Officer, Allan James has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


While information is everywhere, knowledge is not

The idea of a university for the future is worth contemplating, now more than ever, The University of South Australia Vice Chancellor and President, Professor David Lloyd told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Economic opportunities abound for regional Queensland

Speakers at the eighth CEDA Queensland Economic Development Forum described a raft of opportunities across tourism, defence, agriculture and transport set to boost regional Queensland economies for years to come. Read more…


South Australians satisfied at work as global economy grows

South Australians are more satisfied at work than the rest of Australia and more optimistic about the impact of technology on their job, according to SA results from CEDA’s Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect.  Read more…


Service sector represents tremendous trade opportunity: Federal Trade Minister

Service exports represent a tremendous opportunity for Australia, Federal Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon. Steven Ciobo has told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…


Collaboration powerful driver of economic growth and innovation: NSW Premier

We must continue to champion collaboration between government, business and the community, NSW Premier the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Queenslanders value regional development more than other states

Queenslanders rank regional development as more important than other states, CEDA Chief Executive Melinda Cilento said during the release of Queensland data at a CEDA event in Brisbane. Read more…


Technology remains the friend not foe of the worker

There have been plenty of predictions about the future of work; ranging from a 15-hour week to dystopian jobless woe. But so far, according to Productivity Commission Deputy Chair Karen Chester, all the soothsayers have got it wrong. Read more…


Gender pay gap inching along in right direction

Measures of gender equality such as women’s workforce participation and the gender pay gap are improving, albeit slowly, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet Office for Women, First Assistant Secretary, Trish Bergin has told a CEDA audience in Canberra. Read more…


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