Future State of the Territory 2019: Canberra - the most progressive city?

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Date: Wednesday, 4 December 2019 to Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Address: CANBERRA, ACT Australia
Place: Lucky's Speakeasy
Total Price: $50.00


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FutureNet ACT presents...

Future State of the Territory 2019: Canberra - the most progressive city?

Future State of the Territory is FutureNet ACT’s biggest event of the year, providing a forum for the city’s young professionals to discuss and shape the future of Canberra by engaging with its leaders. 

This year’s Future State of the Territory hosted by FutureNet ACT will be facilitated by none other than our Chief Minister, Andrew Barr. We will be diving head on into the issues affecting our city now and in the future such as climate change, diversity, social well-being, smart cities, digital transformation, youth empowerment, infrastructure, and education. This event is not-to-be missed for young professionals in Canberra looking to get involved in the future of their city. We will also enjoy a performance by Kulture Break , an organisation committed to the well-being, transformation and empowerment of young people and the community by engaging them in a safe and active environment, using the performing arts and leadership development to empower and change lives.

Book your tickets now!


Date: Wednesday 4 December 2019

Time: 5.00 - 8.00 pm

Venue: Lucky's Speakeasy, QT Hotel, 1 London Cct, Canberra ACT 2601

Speaker: Chief Minister Andrew Barr

Entertainment: Performance by Kulture Break

Cost: $50.00


Chief Minister Andrew Barr

Andrew Barr has led a positive agenda for Canberra since being elected ACT Chief Minister in 2014. Andrew’s strong and diversified economic agenda has led to record job creation in the ACT, and a consistently low unemployment rate. Andrew has led significant growth in the ACT’s tourism sector, enticing international flights into Canberra and encouraging a booming hospitality industry. During his time as Chief Minister, Canberra has been ranked by the OECD as the best city in the world to live and by Lonely Planet as one of the best cities in the world to visit. Andrew is also the ACT Treasurer and Minister for Trade, Industry and Investment.


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