Thursday, July 1, 2021 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
With Guest Speakers: Federal Member for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie MP and CEO of Business SA Martin Haese
Business Victor Harbor is holding its second Quarterly Industry Snapshot Series on Thursday 1 July from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Flinders Room, Hotel Victor.
This event will provide attendees with a snapshot of the last quarter, insights into the next quarter, and an overview of the 2021 State Budget and how this impacts their businesses and our regional community. The Federal Budget will also be covered.
The State Budget will provide projections of Government revenue and expenditure for the following year, and outline services to be delivered – it is due to be released on Tuesday 22 June.
Exciting guest speakers for this event include Rebekha Sharkie MP Federal Member for Mayo and Martin Haese, CEO of Business SA.
Attendees will also benefit from exclusive economic insights and key economic indicators from Series event partner ANZ Banking Corporation.
The first Quarterly Industry Snapshot Event was attended by over 65 business representatives so be quick and secure your tickets to this event early to avoid missing out! It is sure to be another fantastic and insightful evening.
Ticket Cost (includes cocktail/finger food)
- Members $22.19
- Non-Members $32.74
About the keynote speakers
Chief Executive Officer
Martin Haese is the Chief Executive Officer of Business SA, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, South Australia’s peak body for business.
In 2014, Martin successfully ran for the office of Lord Mayor of Adelaide where he served a four-year term. As Lord Mayor, Martin delivered key innovations to drive economic growth and attract investment including Ten Gigabit Adelaide, Australia’s fastest CBD based fibre optic data network. Martin is also Chairman of the Premier’s Climate Change Council and a founding member of the Federal Government’s Australian Broadband Advisory Council.
REBEKHA SHARKIE MP
Federal Member for Mayo
The Federal Member for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie, is a politician of firsts. She was the first Nick Xenophon Team, now Centre Alliance, member to be elected to the House of Representatives; the first non-conservative politician to represent the once safe Liberal electorate of Mayo since it was created in 1984; and the first woman to represent her part of regional South Australia since Federation. Rebekha has worked hard to “Make Mayo Matter” and follows the principle of always putting her community first.
She is the Centre Alliance spokesperson for Social Services, Ageing, Education, Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Housing, Family & Community Services, Indigenous Affairs, Arts, Sport, Women and Youth.
Rebekha is also a member of various parliamentary committees including the Minister’s Indigenous Australian Parliamentarians Working Group; the Education, Employment and Training Committee; and the Parliamentary Education Office.
Hotel Victor - 1 Albert Place, Victor Harbor, SA 5211 Australia
BVH Members: $ 22.19
Non Members: $