Address to the Inaugural Small Business Lindsay Luncheon with Fiona Scott MP, Penrith Stadium, Penrith
Thanks everybody for having me back in Penrith. It’s great to be amongst your community again and I reflected on the last time Fiona and I were consulting and liaising.
Official opening of the Australian National University’s new Sciences Precinct, Linnaeus Way, Australian National University
Professors, staff, colleagues, students, research, teaching and learning professionals: how about giving yourselves a big cheer before I talk.
Address to the G20 Agenda for Growth: Opportunities for small and medium enterprises conference, Melbourne
Introduction Thank you all for coming to such an important conference during Australia’s G20 host year to discuss important issues for small and medium enterprises (or SMEs) across G20 na
It’s great to be here and I’d like to acknowledge my parliamentary colleagues Jason and Julie and to all of you, thank you for your interest.
Thank you for having me here today, I wouldn’t have missed it for quids to be honest with you.
Our Budget is a crucial part of our Economic Action Strategy that aims to build a strong, prosperous economy for a safe and secure Australia.
Introduction Thank you for your warm welcome. It’s a pleasure to be here. I’d like to thank David and CEDA for the opportunity to address you today.
Thank you for your warm welcome, and for the invitation to be with you today for this important event in the Tax Institute’s calendar.
Thank you for the invitation to be here tonight. I want to acknowledge my friend and colleague, Karen Andrews MP and Ms Ros Bates MLA – Member for Mudgeeraba.
Thank you all for inviting me along tonight and for all contributing to your local community and the economy. A warm welcome to various Chambers of Commerce Presidents who have come along tonight.
Good morning and thank you for inviting me along today.
Thank you for inviting me along to this important networking opportunity that captures a defining moment, not only in China’s development, but the relationship between our two countries.
The importance of a strong consumer law in the digital age, Speech to the 2014 National Consumer Congress, Sydney
Thanks for that warm welcome. It's a great pleasure to be here at the 2014 National Consumer Congress. I'd like to thank the ACCC for once again hosting this important gathering.
Thank you for your warm welcome today, and thank you to the Fair Work Ombudsman for hosting and organising this roundtable.
Small businesses and family enterprises are fundamental drivers of jobs, of innovation and growth in our country as it is in yours.
This is a very exciting project. It’s a big bank walking the talk which understands how big a deal small business is to our economy and to our community.
Your brand’s been with us for half a century - its trusted, it's respected, it's been part of the community that I've grown up in and so many across Australia and it's not a surprise that 450 priva
Address to the Australian Food And Grocery Council (AFGC) Industry Leaders Forum, Parliament House, Canberra
Terry talked about a nation that is open for business and that is very much the ethos the Abbott Government brings. But just hoping for that isn't enough.
Well it looks like a lot has changed.