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ACS Panel (virtual): Economic Recovery in Victoria

Join us in this virtual panel event, where our panel of experts will discuss the potential to spark after the pandemic to renewed prosperity, and why recovery is an opportunity to build a better and brighter future.

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Wed, 06 Oct, 05:00 PM

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    Thu, 07 Oct, 06:00 PM

    Event Finish:
    Thu, 07 Oct, 07:00 PM
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Humanity has recovered from many crises in the past: war, depression, pandemic, natural disaster. Often, we’ve bounced back to create a better future. The Spanish flu was followed by the economic prosperity of the Roaring Twenties. After World War II, the German economy grew to become the world’s most advanced. US social and economic policies responding to the Great Depression paved the way for twentieth-century prosperity.<br><br>While the pandemic has been the biggest crisis in a generation, our recovery represents an enormous opportunity. It has the potential to spark us to renewed prosperity, advance us on a path to net zero emissions, reduce inequality and strengthen our democracy. It’s time to raise our ambition.<br><br>Join us in this virtual event on <b>Thursday 7 October at 6PM AEDT</b> and learn about how recovery becomes an opportunity to build a better and brighter future.<br><br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HtBq5&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1632979903000"></img><br><br><i><b>This event is sponsored by the Victorian Government.<br><br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HSdxW&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1628831045000"></img></b></i><br><br><b>Notice for all attendees including ACS Professional Year Students</b><br>When attending virtual events, to claim and qualify for the required CPD hours, Professional Year students need to attend the online event in its entirety, which will be tracked by the ACS events team.<br><br>If a cloaking software program is used when connecting to an online event, your attendance cannot be recorded and CPD hours cannot be allocated. This does not include the use of VPN. Please ensure you don&#39;t minimise a window with a webinar.<br><br><u><b>Please allow up to 2 weeks for CPD hours to be allocated to your membership profile. The presentation hand out won&#39;t be provided post-event, but a recording of the event will be available on the website.</b></u><br><br><i>For the sole purpose of registering you for this event, your registration details have been shared with Redback conferencing. Please refer to the Redback Data Policy at https://www.redbackconnect.com.au/privacy-policy/ for confirmation that the data will not be used for any other purpose outside of this webinar.</i><br><br> 

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Strategic planning (ITSP) -> Level 6

Facilitator

Jo Dalvean

Jo Dalvean

Panellist

Andrew Wear

Andrew Wear

Andrew Wear is an author and senior Australian public servant, with degrees in politics, law, economics and public policy. A graduate of the Senior Executive Fellows Program at Harvard Kennedy School and a Victorian Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia, he is also a director of Ardoch Ltd, a children’s education charity. His first book, Solved! How other countries have cracked the world’s biggest problems and we can too, was published in countries across the world. His latest book, Recovery. How we can create a better, brighter future after a crisis, was published in September this year.

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Panellist

Andrew Tulloch

Andrew Tulloch

Andrew has an extensive background in industry development including consulting, government and corporate sectors.

Beginning his career with KPMG in Melbourne, Andrew went on to work with Austrade for eight years in Singapore and San Francisco to attract investment to Australia. Subsequently Andrew worked in the private sector in Australia including the steel industry and chemicals industry, and a start up venture. In 2014 Andrew returned to the public sector as CEO of Trade & Investment Queensland. In early 2018 Andrew joined the Victorian Government as an Executive Director in the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions. 

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Matthew Warren

Matthew Warren

ACS Panel (virtual): Economic Recovery in Victoria

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