Melbourne looks up after lockdown

Hear economists and business personalities discussing the best way forward for our city’s economy in our next Melbourne Conversation: Looking up after lockdown.

We’re bringing together panellists from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Victoria University and Fella Hamilton to discuss how restrictions and lockdowns have impacted our economy on Thursday 11 March.

The guests will consider how these disruptions have influenced how we think work and behave, whether there is a silver lining, and what our future economy might look like.

After a year of disruption and change, there are big ideas and whole new perspectives to discuss. So register now to attend Looking up after lockdown in-person or online on Thursday 11 March from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

About Melbourne Conservations

We invite local people to connect, collaborate and have their say on important topics that will help shape our future lives through regular Melbourne Conversations.

We have presented more than 300 conversations, featuring more than 800 guest speakers and welcoming more than 80,000 diverse audience members since 2001.

Topics have included arts, homelessness, urban design, democracy, digital culture, population growth, gender, land rights, human rights, climate change and more.

At our next Melbourne Conversation in April, entrepreneurs, policy-makers and thought-leaders will shine a light on the multi-billion dollar startup industry, its public image and its role in our future economy.

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