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Development & Measurement of Economic Development Measures (TELECONFERENCE)
15 June @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pmFree
How do you identify areas that need economic development support? How do you formulate and prioritise economic development programs?
How do you monitor the implementation and measure the impact of your economic development activities?
Do you know and use new data sources so you can stay informed of trends and identify priority areas?
Are you able to tap into the most recent data sources, including those made available from new technologies, including ‘big data’ from the internet?
EDA has commissioned the University of SA to deliver a project to look at new measures of economic development, and provide recommendations on which metrics provide robust, value for money and insights. This project has been assisted by the Local Government Research and Development Scheme.
What: This is the second workshop in the series, which focuses on presenting progress and outcomes from the initial workshop held in early May.
Why: To gain your input and insights into the project. We need to understand the activities and programs that are most important to you, and how you are innovating to better measures of economic growth.
Who: Should attend – members of EDA, those working in Regional Development Australia staff and committees, local government practitioners, consultants.
We offer attendance through two means:
Physical: Tuesday 12th June 9.30am to 11.30am at the offices of the City of Charles Sturt, 72 Woodville Rd, Woodville, SA 5011. To register your attendance at the physical event, click here.
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Teleconference: Friday 15th June 1pm to 2.30pm (Adelaide time). To register your attendance on the teleconference, see below.