A recent Weekend Australian article observes that, given current trends, Melbourne will be Australia's largest capital eight years from now and will consolidate its leading position as a city to live, work and do business in.
Victoria has become home to Australia’s first purpose-built small to medium enterprise (SME) lender with Judo Capital opening its headquarters in Melbourne.
The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot Project will test the production of liquefied hydrogen from Latrobe Valley for use in fuel cell electric vehicles and power generation.
Victoria continues to attract investments from global technology firms with major Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) group Ramco Systems announcing it will set up a state-of the-art innovation centre in Melbourne.
The Financial Review Client Choice Awards recognise the best firms and practitioners from the accounting, consulting engineering, law and IP specialist sectors in Australia and New Zealand. At a gala dinner on 14 March winners across a number of categories and Victorian firms and practitioners made up a significant proportion of those recognised.
Reflecting the reputation of Victoria's clinical trial sector for speed, superior quality and cost efficiency, the recently launched Victorian Clinical Trials Gateway will make it easier for companies to discover and work with Victoria's highly skilled professionals and world-class institutions.
The new Facett hearing aid device has been developed with the backing of the Victorian Government and will give Victorians - particularly those in regional areas - better access to more convenient, affordable hearing aids.
Altia-ABM, one of the UK’s fastest growing software companies, has made Melbourne its APAC base to serve its customers and the broader market in the region.
Victoria's latest Business Ambassador, Bangalore-based entrepreneur Dr Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, is promoting bilateral relations between Victoria and India across trade, investment, education and healthcare.
World-first research led by La Trobe University in Melbourne has found that injecting human amniotic cells discarded after birth into stroke patients can significantly reduce brain injury and aid recovery.
A new food manufacturing industry group in the northern regions of Melbourne, Australia, will strengthen food and beverage manufacturing and investment in Victoria.
The Victorian Government in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Innovation JLABS today announced the Victorian QuickFire Challenge, a competition giving entrepreneurs working on health care devices in the early stage of development the chance to take their projects to the next level.