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Hisashi Takeyama,MUJI Retail
Victor Li, Pactera Technology International
Managing Director, LINPAC
Managing Director, Australia, Eventbrite
Director - Australia, MUJI Retail
Senior Vice President,Pactera Technology International
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IMD World Talent Index 2018 ranks Australia second in the Asia Pacific for talent. This strong performance reflects our high-quality universities and education standards.
In a boost for Victoria’s thriving medical research industry, the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity has been awarded AU$3.2 million by the Jack Ma Foundation to expedite the creation of a vaccine against the coronavirus.
A Dutch-based provider of technology and advisory services for the financial sector is the latest tech company to invest in Melbourne.
A blueprint to attract more international investment to Victoria to grow the State’s economy and create jobs.
We offer investors a stable and competitive business environment with longstanding ties to Asia, a skilled multicultural workforce, world-class institutions and infrastructure and unbeatable lifestyle. These attributes generate exciting, diverse and unique opportunities for investors.
As the Tech City of Australia, Melbourne is the Asia Pacific base for leading US tech companies like Square, Zendesk, Culture Amp and Airwallex. Most of Australia's tech talent graduate in Melbourne, and the city is one of the world's most liveable in the world.
Melbourne's liveability makes it easy to recruit and retain talent.
One of Brazil’s leading renewable energy advisory and management companies will establish its Australian and New Zealand HQ in Melbourne, further cementing Victoria’s strong credentials as a leader in renewable energy.
Australia’s premier biomedical precinct in Melbourne, Parkville, has received a further boost with the opening of the new $75 million National Drug Discovery Research Centre at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.