Israeli tech startup company SparkBeyond has chosen Melbourne – Australia’s Tech City - for its first office in the country.
World leading biotech company CSL has strengthened its presence in Melbourne. It will set up its global headquarters, including state-of-the-art laboratories, at the nation’s premier biomedical precinct at Parkville.
British organisation, Joyful, celebrates a year in Melbourne.
A lending startup offering SME’s alternative funding solutions, TradePlus 24 recently launched their first operation outside of Zurich here in Melbourne and Invest Victoria was delighted to have been part of their entry to the Australian market.
Victoria's work in spearheading a new global hydrogen industry recently reached a significant milestone with the commencement of construction of Australia's first hydrogen liquefaction facility.
Recently we were delighted to help Miniso celebrate the launch of their Australian headquarters in Melbourne and the opening of another new store in Melbourne’s Chadstone Shopping Centre.
Recently VISEO opened its Australian Head Office in Melbourne from where it will grow its market presence and undertake product development.
With offices in Seattle, Sydney, London as well as Melbourne, global records management company RecordPoint will establish a cutting-edge facility here to serve as the company’s AI and Engineering Hub and headquarters for its Asia Pacific operations.
San Francisco based Swift Navigation has announced that its first office outside San Francisco and the United States will be in Melbourne.Swift builds Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology for autonomous applications including automobiles, robotics, agriculture, and rail.
Melbourne has been announced as the first international launch city for Uber Air at the Uber Elevate Summit 2019 in Washington, DC.Melbourne will become the first city outside the United States to trial Uber’s aerial ridesharing service.
Opening its doors in 2020, London College of Garden Design Melbourne will offer a unique Garden Design Diploma program, which will be led by award winning designer Brent Reid, and supported by practicing design, horticulture and technical professionals.
Melbourne’s position as the Tech City of Australia has been endorsed once again with Fintech Australia recently announced it will be moving its headquarters from Sydney to Melbourne.