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Melbourne’s position and capability as a major centre for innovation and manufacturing will be enhanced through closer partnerships with France and UK - the focus of discussions with Australia's Victorian Government.
Victoria’s businesses will have access to millions more international customers now that one of China’s largest online retailers is opening its regional headquarters in Melbourne.
A new global ranking from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has identified Australia as one of the top innovators in the 2018 International Innovation Scorecard.
Nutribiotech, a leading nutritional supplement producer with factories in China, Korea and the US, has chosen Victoria as the location of its fourth global manufacturing facility.
Australia’s first Apple global flagship store will open at Federation Square, delivering more public space, visitors and events to Victoria, and creating hundreds of local jobs.
Melbourne-based technology incubator York Butter Factory has acquired the co-working space, Teamsquare at 520 Bourke Street, Melbourne which will see it increase its floor space fivefold.
The State Government of Victoria is partnering with two hub operators – Stone & Chalk and YBF Ventures, formerly known as York Butter Factory – to launch two new financial technology hubs to help grow Melbourne’s thriving fintech sector.
The University of Melbourne will create a new campus at Fishermans Bend as part of a A$1 billion plan to create a world-class engineering school in Victoria.
A leading food manufacturer is creating more than 700 jobs through its A$46.7 million expansion across Victoria.
Qantas will begin four direct flights a week between Melbourne and San Francisco from late next year.
A Melbourne-based stem cell treatment biotech has been named as the 2017 Global Technology Leader in the cell therapy industry.
Melbourne has surpassed other Australian capital cities as a corporate location due mostly to declining activity in the resources sector.