Boardroom Lunch with Hon Dr Andrew Charlton MP

Boardroom Lunch with Hon Dr Andrew Charlton MP

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry warmly invites you to join us for a private boardroom lunch with the Hon Dr Andrew Charlton MP, Federal Member for Parramatta.

Event details

Date: Friday, 7 June 2024

Venue: Sydney 

Dress: Business attire

Please email rsvp@acci.com.au with any enquiries. 

Dr Andrew Charlton is an economist, business owner and former senior economic advisor.  Prior to entering Parliament, Andrew completed a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and went on to work at the London School of Economics.  He worked as an advisor to former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd during the global financial crisis. Andrew was appointed Australia’s senior official to the G20 Leader Summits. He founded analytics business, AlphaBeta, which was sold to Accenture in 2020 where he was a managing director until entering Parliament.

Leadership Luncheon with Danielle Wood

Leadership Luncheon with Danielle Wood

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is delighted to invite you to an exclusive Leadership Luncheon, in partnership with the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce, featuring guest speaker Danielle Wood, Chair of the Productivity Commission.

Event details

Date | Thursday, 27 June 2024

Time | 12pm – 2pm

Venue | Westpac, Level 12, 150 Collins Street, Melbourne

Places for this lunch are strictly limited to one per member and will be on a first come, first served basis.

Danielle Wood commenced a 5-year term as Chair of the Productivity Commission on 13 November 2023. Prior to joining the Commission, she was CEO of the Grattan Institute and Head of its Budgets and Government Program. During her time at Grattan, Danielle also held roles as member of the Australian Government’s Women’s Economic Equality Taskforce, the Parliamentary Budget Office Expert Advisory Committee, the Jobs and Skills Australia Consultative Forum and the Australia and New Zealand School of Government Research Committee.

Danielle is an Honorary Fellow and former President of the Economic Society of Australia and a Research Fellow of the Women’s Leadership Institute. She was the co-founder and first Chair of the Women in Economics Network.

Please email rsvp@acci.com.au with any enquiries.

CEO Forum July

The next CEO Forum hosted by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2024.   These sessions are the perfect opportunity for members to discuss areas of policy that are important to them.

 

Event details
Date | Thursday, July 11, 2024
Time | 10.00am – 11.00am AEST
Location | Zoom
For more information, please contact Angela Hannan, ACCI Event Manager at rsvp@acci.com.au.

General Council Dinner and Meeting

Members are invited to join us at the next ACCI General Council dinner and meeting, on August 15 and 16 respectively, in Brisbane. The General Council Dinner will be held in partnership with Business Chamber Queensland. 
Invitations have been circulated. Should you have any questions please contact the events team here

ACCI Business Leaders’ Summit and Gala Dinner

The highly anticipated Business Leaders’ Summit and Gala Dinner will now take place on Wednesday, November 6, 2024. Initially scheduled for October 9, this change ensures that the Prime Minister can join as our guest of honour for the Gala Dinner.

The Business Leaders’ Summit will explore Business in 3D: Deregulation, Decrabonisation and Digitalisation. The event will feature discussions and insights on regulatory reform, sustainable practices and digital transformation. The Summit is designed to be dynamic and engaging with keynote sessions, panel discussions, and networking opportunities. The Summit will be held in Old Parliament House.

The Gala Dinner, with the Australian Prime Minister, the Hon Anthony Albanese MP, as our guest of honour will be a highlight of the event. The Gala Dinner will take place in Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia.

Please save the date for the Business Leaders’ Summit and Gala Dinner: 

Wednesday, November 6, 2024, Canberra.

Further information will be shared in due course.