Prime Minister Scott Morrison will tonight address more than 350 members, supporters and guests of Australia’s largest and most representative business network at the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Annual Dinner at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.
“The Annual Dinner provides a platform for the Prime Minister to speak to business of all sizes, in every industry sector from across the nation,” Australian Chamber CEO, James Pearson, said.
“The Australian Chamber is the nation’s largest voice for small business. We represent over 300,000 employers who provide jobs to millions of Australians and the goods and, services on which our communities depend.
“It’s in the national interest to make Australia the best place in the world to do business – so Australians have the jobs, living standards and opportunities to which they aspire.”
The major sponsors of tonight’s dinner are CareSuper, the Australian Made Campaign Ltd and Three Degrees Marketing.
Julie Lander, CEO of CareSuper, said, “as the industry super fund for professionals across all business sectors, CareSuper manages more than $15 billion on behalf of nearly a quarter of a million members, and works with more than 65,000 businesses. To ensure we can all enjoy financial security in retirement, it’s important that policy changes to our world-class retirement system deliver positive outcomes for Australians. We are pleased to be a Major Sponsor of tonight’s Annual Dinner.”
Ben Lazzaro, CEO of the Australian Made Campaign Ltd said, “Australian Made is proud to support this event bringing together Australia’s manufacturers and growers with our nation’s policymakers. With stronger collaboration between these groups we better enable an environment for making world-class products renowned for quality, safety and reliability; whilst at the same time generating business growth and jobs.”
Working media are invited to cover the Annual Dinner. Please contact Duncan Bremner for a media pass.
What | Prime Minister, Scott Morrison to address the Australian Chamber at 8.30 pm.
When | Wednesday, 28 November 2018
Where | Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia, Parkes Place, Canberra