Peter Anderson's National Press Club Address, 12 June 2013
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson, presented to a sell out audience at the prestigious National Press Club in Canberra. Here, he launched the movement's "Big 4 you Can't Ignore", which is part of the "Small Business. Too Big to Ignore" election campaign.
Peter Anderson on Breaking Politics
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson, spoke with Fairfax Online Political Editor, Tim Lester about the federal budget, saying the budget will be a failure if it shows no plans to return to surplus.
Peter Anderson on ABC's Lateline Program
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson, featured on ABC's Lateline program regarding the Coalition's IR policy announcement.
Peter Anderson, ACCI Chief Executive, on Sky News' Viewpoint Program
Peter Anderson spoke with Viewpoint's Chris Kenny about the forthcoming federal budget and the Australian economy.
Peter Anderson, ACCI Chief Executive, on Sydney Morning Herald's 'Breaking Politics' Program
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson spoke with Fairfax Online Political Editor, Tim Lester about the the government's suggestion of a possible levy to fund the National Disability Scheme.
Greg Evans, ACCI Chief Economist, on Sydney Morning Herald's 'Breaking Politics' Program
ACCI Chief Economist, Greg Evans spoke with Fairfax Online Political Editor, Tim Lester about the implications of the Carbon Tax and the need for company tax to be reduced.
Peter Anderson, World Chambers Congress, Doha: G20 Presentation
Peter Anderson presented at the 8th World Chambers Congress in Doha, Qatar to an international audience on the G20 and the importance outcomes post summit.
Small Business Campaign Launch, Sydney, 10 April 2013.
NSW Business Chamber has developed a montage of our recent campaign launch breakfast in Sydney on Wednesday 10 April in front of some 700 small business people – all gathering together to get their voices heard this election!
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson, on ABC News' 'The Business'.
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson, spoke with ABC News about the breakdown of the COAG process and the need to tackle reform and red-tape.
Federal Election Campaign 2013: "Small Business. Too Big to Ignore"
The upcoming federal election presents small business with a rare opportunity to get on the political agenda. But, small business is, by nature, small. The only way they can make a big enough noise to be heard in Canberra is to bring all those small voices together.
This campaign has been developed to do just that. By uniting the many small voices of small business all round the country, our aim is to show politicians that, together, small business is too big to ignore.
NSW Business Chamber Chief Executive, Stephen Cartwright on Seven's Sunrise
NSW Business Chamber Chief Executive Stephen Cartwright, spoke with Sunrise's David Koch about the ACCI's federal election initative: 'Small Business. Too Big To Ignore'. The campaign is designed to give the 2 million small business owners across Australia a voice in Canberra this election.
ACCI Chief Economist, Greg Evans on the Switzer program
ACCI Chief Economist and Director of Economics and Industry Policy, Greg Evans spoke with Peter Switzer about the general state of business, and how tough small and medium enterprises are finding it at present.
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson on ABC's 7.30
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson spoke with ABC 7.30's Leigh Sales regarding the ACTU's push for a $30 a week pay increase.
ICC Secretary General, Jean-Guy Carrier on ABC's Business Today
ICC Secretary General Jean-Guy Carrier was in Australia recently, hosted by ACCI, to commence G20 talks with the federal government and business. Mr Carrier spoke with Whitney Fitzsimmons about Australia's role in the G20 and the rising importance of our region.
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson on ABC News' 'The Business'
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson spoke with ABC News program 'Business Today' about possible changes to Australia's industrial relations.
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson on ABC News' 'The Business'
ACCI Chief Executive, Peter Anderson spoke with ABC News program 'The Business' on the announcement of the Federal Election date by Prime Minister Julia Gillard, and what business is expecting.
ACCI's Lewis Hirst in Geneva Meeting with the WTO
ACCI's International Trade Research Assistant, Lewis Hirst is in Geneva representing Australian youth and business at the World Trade Organisation meetings being held this month.
Lewis is only one of seven students awarded this all expenses paid scholarship to Geneva from thousands of applicants. Watch Lewis' update below.
"Keep Australians working" Campaign 2012
The Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) Campaign is calling
on consumers to help keep Australians in their jobs.
"There is a direct correlation between the purchasing behaviours of the general
public and employment, local economic development and prosperity,"
said AMAG CEO, Ian Harrison.
"When you buy Aussie-made and grown products, you can be sure there
are Aussie jobs behind them."
Australian Chambers Business Congress 15 - 17th August 2012
This year's Australian Chambers Business Congress was hosted in Melbourne
and attended by over 1000 delegates.
Watch the video to see highlights from across the two days,
which included presentations from Harvard Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
former Facebook employee Randi Zuckerberg and Nobel Prize
winning economist Muhammad Yunis.
ACCI's Director of Economics and Industry Policy responds
to reports that ACCI and other industry bodies are planning
an anti-carbon tax advertising campaign
Business Response To Minimum Wage Increase
ACCI's Chief Executive Peter Anderson responds to Fair
Work Australia's Decision to increase the national minimum
wage by 3.4% on 10 News www.ten.com.au
National Minimum Wage Case
ACCI Chief Executive Peter Anderson opposes an excessive
increase in the minimum wage after a record increase in
2010 - Ten News
National Minimum Wage Case, Small Businesses
& Patchwork Economy
ACCI's Chief Executive Peter Anderson says a patchwork
economy & weak small business sector demands award
moderation ahead of National Minimum Wage Decision
hearings in Fair Work Australia
Comment On The Federal Budget
ACCI's Chief Executive Peter Anderson discusses how the
Federal Budget affects businesss - Sky Business News
ACCI's Chief Executive Peter Anderson repsonds to the
Budget on behalf of Australian business at a Doorstop
at Parliament House Canberra
Federal Budget 2011-12 - Small Business Pinched
ACCI's Chief Executive Peter Andersons comments on the
Federal Budget on ABC TV Late Business
Federal Budget Comment
NSW Premier Addresses ACCI General Council Dinner
Newly elected New South Wales Premier Hon Barry O'Farrell MP
addresses ACCI's General Council Dinner hosted by the NSW
Business Chamber. This was the first business event addressed
by the newly elected Premier