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The Digital Economy – Its Transition and the Opposition’s Priorities and Direction to Drive Future Growth

Hear from the Federal Opposition Lead Spokesperson, the Hon. Ed Husic MP, on Labor’s policies for growing the digital economy.

Registration End Date: Thu, 12 Oct, 08:30 AM

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  • Level 9, Peter Shergold Building, Western Sydney University
    169 Macquarie Street
    Parramatta NSW 2150
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  • Event Start: Thu, 12 Oct, 05:45 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 12 Oct, 07:30 PM
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As the professional association for Australia’s ICT sector the ACS is committed to working with the federal opposition to help promote the digital economy and highlight opportunities to promote education that will help build our knowledge base. The federal opposition is committed to ensuring our best and brightest remain in Australia and the next generation have the resources they need to have a rewarding career in ICT. We are pleased to invite you to join us for drinks and canapes with the Hon Ed Husic MP, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy, to hear about the importance of the technology sector to Australia’s economic and educational future.<br> <br>The federal opposition has an ambitious policy agenda in growing the ICT sector through positive education reforms that encourage all Australians from a young age to seek a career in ICT. Mr Husic has undertaken, since assuming the Shadow Ministry in October 2016, a positive and productive policy agenda in partnership with the ACS to promote the digital economy in Australia.<br> <br>Mr Ed Husic MP has been a member of federal Parliament since 2010, representing the Western Sydney seat of Chifley, and has served as Parliamentary Secretary to former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Prior to his parliamentary career Mr Husic worked for a number of key Ministers at a state and federal level as a senior adviser and has held numerous senior roles within the union movement.

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 SCHEDULE  ACTIVITY
 05:45 PM - 06:00 PM  Registration                          
 06:00 PM - 06:40 PM  Presentation                          
 06:40 PM - 07:30 PM  Networking & Canapes                          

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The Hon Ed Husic MP

The Hon Ed Husic MP

Shadow Minister Ed Husic has a well-established interest in digital innovation and the growth of Australia’s digital economy.
Elected to Federal Parliament in 2010, the Western Sydney-based MP has advocated for policies designed to promote early stage and digital innovation - because of its ability to generate the firms and jobs of the future. He also argued for the need to sharpen the national focus on preparing for the impact of automation and technology on current and future jobs.
Leading into the 2016 federal election, Ed was heavily involved in the development of Opposition policy designed to encourage the growth of startups and digital entrepreneurship. He also championed policies to help accelerate the creation of startup communities beyond Australia's capital cities.
After the 2016 election Ed was promoted to the front bench as Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy, as well as Shadow Minister for Employment Services, Workforce Participation and the Future of Work.
He previously held the positions of Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister and Parliamentary Secretary for Broadband
 

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169 Macquarie Street,Parramatta,NSW,Australia

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