2015 Economic and political overview in Adelaide

2015 Economic and political overview in Adelaide

Feb 20
CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview conference in Adelaide will bring together key thought leaders and commentators to review, analyse and discuss the climate in which business and industry will be operating across 2015.
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The Hon. Jay Weatherill MP, Premier of South Australia
Dr Cassandra Goldie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Council of Social Service
Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group
Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin, Chief Executive, CEDA

Event Overview

For more than 30 years CEDA's Economic and Political Overview (EPO) forums and report have been important resources for business to inform and support their strategic planning for the year ahead.

The EPO brings together leading federal and state commentators to provide an in-depth analysis of the key milestones and potential influences on the political and economic landscape.

A must-attend forum for all those whose business can be impacted by the swings and roundabouts of economic and political decisions. Join CEDA for the best and most concise analysis for 2015.

All attendees will receive a copy of 2015 report and each of the authors this year presenting at CEDA's SA launch.



   Download 2015 EPO publication (pdf)

View 2015 EPO as e-book


Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Jay Weatherill MP
Premier of South Australia

Meet the speakers

Dr Cassandra Goldie
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Council of Social Service

Warren Hogan
Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group

Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin
Chief Executive, CEDA

Meet the facilitator

Mark Young
Managing Director, Adelaide Airport

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