Victoria will spend an additional A$90 million to attract more of the
world's biggest companies and fastest-growing industries.
Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) has joined the
growing list of international companies to pick Melbourne for their Australian
Victoria is leading the nation in employment growth with more jobs created
in the state than the rest of the country combined.
State Government of Victoria has reinforced its commitment to supporting
local startups, recently announcing funding for Melbourne Fintech company Assembly Payments to expand its global headquarters in Victoria.
Melbourne company Freestyle
Technology has signed a A$5.8 million contract to roll out an
Internet of Things (IoT) water management solution for a South Korean county.
cyber security training company will move its global headquarters to Melbourne,
creating 60 jobs over three years.
Melbourne is poised to become the largest city centre office
market in the country, overtaking Sydney by 2020.