SA State of the State 2021

SA State of the State 2021

Jul 13
Join CEDA members and the wider business community for an update on the policy priorities of the Marshall Government over the year ahead.
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The Hon. Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia

Event Overview

In February’s CommSec report on the performance of state economies, South Australia achieved its highest ranking in over a decade, coming in joint third.

How will the State Government build on this? What is the Government’s forward agenda, its policy priorities, investment and spending, and plans to drive economic recovery and growth?

Attend CEDA’s 2021 State of the State address to hear from Premier Steven Marshall on the State’s outlook and ask your questions.

Livestream start times:
SA/NT: 1.00pm
WA: 11.30am

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Meet the speaker

The Hon. Steven Marshall MP
Premier of South Australia

Steven is South Australia’s 46th Premier. He was elected to the South Australian Parliament as the Member for Norwood in 2010. His electorate has since been renamed Dunstan. In 2013, Steven became the Leader of the Liberal Party and the State Opposition. He led the Party to victory on March 17, 2018. Steven is responsible for Tourism, Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Defence and Space Industries, the Arts, Veterans’ Affairs and Multicultural Affairs. Prior to entering public life, Steven worked in the manufacturing industry, running his family’s furniture manufacturing business Marshall Furniture from 1997.

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