Economic tips & predictions for 2022

Professor Neville Norman, University of Melbourne

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With economic figures looking little more than tragic at the moment, Melbourne University Economics professor Neville Norman explains what businesses should watch out for in 2022, and throws in some good advice he’s gleaned from working with larger enterprises. He says sound strategies for all contingencies are a wise and inexpensive exercise to undertake. And he says while we should all watch out for rising interest rates and any COVID developments, he believes a change in government at the upcoming election would make little difference to the world of business in the short term at least.

Neville Norman introduction to COVID Merry-go-round webinar

On 8th March 2022, Business Essentials Daily partnered with Barrington Centre to deliver a live webinar with a panel of industry experts to discuss the challenges for business associated with COVID and how to address them from the perspective of people, business and health.

SoundCartel’s Managing Director, Nick Schildberger, caught up with Professor Neville Norman prior to the webinar to get his advice for business owners right now.

Nick started by asking Neville what the relevant state of the economy is now? Watch below for Neville’s response:




A panel of industry experts discuss both the challenges for business and how to address them from the perspective of people, business and health.

The panel discussion will be introduced by Neville Norman, Professor of Economics, The University of Melbourne.

DATE: Tuesday, 8 March 2022
TIME: 0730 – 0830
– Dr Catherine Kelaher – Principal Medical Advisor, Office of Health Protection, Australian Government Department of Health, ACT
– Rhonda Andrews, Managing Director and Principal Psychologist, Barrington Centre
– John Di Natale, Mentor, Keynote Speaker, Coach and Author

Register for the free webinar at:
COVID merry-go-round: Searching for Business wins! Tickets, Tue 08/03/2022 at 7:30 am | Eventbrite