Melbourne will host a globally significant annual mining conference next year and other key industry events, which will reinforce Victoria as a hub for mining and mining services.
Melbourne Airport is embarking on a A$1 billion two year investment program of that will create more than 3,000 ongoing and construction jobs.
The Victorian Government has released its International Education Strategy 2013-18 as part of a bid to ensure that The State's education and training sector continues to be the leading provider of international education across the Asia-Pacific region.
BlueCat, a Canadian provider of intelligent IP Address Management (IPAM) solutions has moved into the Trans-Tasman market opening its first office in Melbourne.
The International Cricket Council has announced that its annual conference would be held in Melbourne next June as part of the build-up to the World Cup.
The Victorian Government has opened a new business office in Chengdu, China as part of a growing network of business offices around the world.
ExxonMobil have announced the commencement of new oil and gas flows from the Kipper Tuna Turrum project in Bass Strait, helping to secure Victoria's energy future.
Tourism Victoria's five day Melbourne Remote Control Tourist campaign has now concluded, surpassing all expectations of its developers.
A new A$300 million 4.5 star hotel and 37-storey apartment complex will be built at the corner of Harbour Esplanade and Dudley Street in Melbourne's Docklands area.
One of Japan's largest retail companies Muji has chosen Melbourne for its first Australian store as well as the location of its Australian headquarters.
Three Victorian Information and Communication Technology companies have signed significant new agreements in Beijing.
The world's premier games festival, Penny Arcade Expo (PAX), will return to Melbourne next year underlining the capital as the leading centre for games development in the Asia-Pacific region.