News from CEDA events


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Latest scorecard shows progess on gender pay gap too slow

Despite some positive progress over recent years, there is still a considerable gender pay gap in Australia, Workplace Gender Equality Agency Director Libby Lyons told a CEDA Women in Leadership event in Brisbane. Read more…


No deals: Hodgman outlines plan for reelection

Gearing up to fight the next state election, now just months away, Tasmanian Premier the Hon. Will Hodgman, vowed he would not do deals with other parties to form a minority government. Read more…


Imagination and boldness essential in advancing Australia: Keating

Nostalgia for the reform politics of the 80s and 90s is not going to advance us mightily, former Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Paul Keating said at CEDA’s Annual Dinner. Read more…


Trust is needed to get the benefits of Artificial Intelligence

If we are to achieve the benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we have to get people comfortable sharing their data, Microsoft Corporation, Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs, David A. Heiner, has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


An Australian defence industry which delivers for the Australian defence force: the Hon. Christopher Pyne

“We are actively, unapologetically, leveraging our defence investment to ensure the country’s economic prosperity,” Federal Minister for the Defence Industry, the Hon. Christopher Pyne has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Ending the tyranny of the fax machine in clinical practice

In the background of our mission to provide great health service, we can hear the faint whirring of the fax machine and that’s a noise we need to remove, Australian Digital Health Agency Chief Executive Officer, Tim Kelsey said at the CEDA South Australia digital health event. Read more…


Innovation the key to continued success in WA resources sector

Innovation is about more than adopting new technology, according to Fortescue Metals Group Director of Operations, Greg Lilleyman. Read more…


Change economic policy to create more inclusive economy

We don’t capture the full potential of our female talent pool compared to many of our developed world peers, Diane Smith-Gander has told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Protecting Australian living standards

The Productivity Commission’s Shifting the dial report provides a road map to higher living standards “that should be professed by all levels of government and the Australian people over many years,” Federal Treasurer, the Hon. Scott Morrison said when launching the report at a CEDA event in Canberra. Read more…


Australia is fast becoming an Asian destination

The predominant number of international visitors that will come to our country between now and the year 2020 will come from the north of us, Tourism Australia Managing Director, John O’Sullivan said at a CEDA event on tourism in Brisbane. Read more…


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