2018 Economic and political overview in Brisbane

2018 Economic and Political Overview in Brisbane

Feb 16
CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview brings together leaders of businesses, communities, policy and politics for frank analysis of the coming year.
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Michele Levine, Chief Executive Officer, Roy Morgan Research

Event Overview

At the beginning of a new year CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview (EPO) provides trusted analysis, forecasts and the full picture for your work in 2018.

In many sectors locally and nationally there are high expectations of 2018 as a turnaround year. A shift in reform thinking is already in play, pressurising demand for good public policy and better economic outcomes. Both government and business strategy is increasingly reliant on information accuracy, data mining and digital intelligence; the same tools which are redefining stakeholder, customer and voter influence.

Against this backdrop CEDA’s 2018 EPO in Brisbane brings together leading national economists, big data analysts, thinkers and commentators to cut through, present their forecasts and to respond to your questions.

By attending, you, your colleagues and guests will be fully briefed on where we are in the political and economic cycle and on the issues that will shape the coming year. All attendees will receive a copy of CEDA's 2018 EPO report.

(In addition to the EPO forum in Brisbane on Friday 16 February, CEDA will present the 2018 EPO lunch in Townsville on Friday 23 February.)


Meet the speaker

Michele Levine
Chief Executive Officer, Roy Morgan Research

Few people have more accurate data on media, consumer and political trends than Michele Levine.  She is a pioneer of big data analytics in Australia, a trusted advisor to government and the private sector and believes in the empowering value of information.

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