Feedback so far

The government is committed to transparent consultation and sharing the outcomes of this consultation with all Territorians.

The first phase of the consultation is now complete and a summary of the feedback is below.

Updates on the feedback received during each phase of the economic summit series will be published in this section.

Phase 1

The first phase of consultations has been held in Darwin, Katherine, Nhulunbuy, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs with industry groups, business, regional economic development committees and local stakeholders.

The initial consultations revealed a number of common issues across industries and locations.

Challenges around the key factors of production - land, labour and capital featured strongly as did enterprise and innovation, connectivity, relationships and liveability.

From these issues raised, six preliminary factors or 'levers' have been refined which we can utilise to accelerate economic growth:

  • Land
  • People
  • Capital
  • Enterprise and innovation
  • Connectivity
  • Liveability.

These levers will be the focus of the second phase of the summit process to develop principles, targeted strategies and recommendations.

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Presentation delivered to stakeholders who participated in Phase 1

Last updated: 19 Dec 2016