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Economic Update & NSW Budget 2023-24

Wednesday 27th September 1 pm - 1:30 pm 

The Minns Government has handed down their first NSW Budget. What are the key measures relevant to business? What are the opportunities?

Business NSW is hosting an exclusive webinar featuring Dr Sherman Chan (Business NSW Chief Economist) and Ben Pike (Executive Manager, Media and Marketing). This webinar is your chance to cut through the noise of the NSW Budget coverage and find out what it actually means for your business, with the ability to also ask questions.

Sherman will highlight key measures from the NSW Budget and analyse their implications for business. Ben will analyse the how the budget has been received in the media as well facilitating a Q&A with Sherman to cover topics that matter most to Business NSW members.

Please sign up using the following link to join this special online event and let us know if you have any Budget-related questions.

Registrations close 12 pm  Wednesday 27th September 

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Dr Sherman Chan

Chief Economist | Business NSW

Dr Sherman Chan is an economist with experience in government, banking, and consulting. She holds a PhD and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours in Economics) from UNSW. Proficient in both macroeconomics and microeconomics, she has been a sessional lecturer at UNSW since 2014.

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Ben Pike

Executive Manager, Marketing and Media | Business NSW

Ben is responsible for helping Business NSW shape and influence policy outcomes through effective communication and marketing strategies. He brings more than 15 years of media experience, having most recently worked as both acting chief of staff and senior journalist at The Sunday Telegraph.

The statements, analysis, opinions and conclusions expressed in this Member Briefing presentation and any related written materials (collectively, the Briefing Materials) do not necessarily represent the views of BusinessNSW. BusinessNSW expressly disclaims any and all liability arising from or in connection with the access to, participation in, or use of the Briefing Materials by you or any other person. Any advice provided as part of the Briefing Materials is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or specific needs.