A $16 million investment is helping position Victoria as the country’s main hub for medicinal cannabis.
The world’s biggest sports retailer, and French brand Decathlon, is bringing its megastores to Melbourne.
Victorian Lead Scientist Dr Amanda Caples, Associate Professor Alan Duffy at Swinburne University of Technology and the Victorian Government recently launched the state’s bid for Australia’s space agency.
Global financial technology leader, Square, opened its Melbourne-based Australian headquarters in 2016 and is now increasing its presence here with a new development capability.
Three accomplished female manufacturers are the toast of Victoria after scooping top State Government industry awards at the 2018 Manufacturing Hall of Fame gala dinner on 28 May.
New data shows the Victoria’s economy is growing faster than the Australian trend overall bucking the downward trend of other major states such as New South Wales.
Johnson & Johnson Innovation, the external innovation arm of the pharmaceutical giant is teaming up with one of Victoria’s top research institutions, Monash University. We find out why.
Melbourne remains the best student city in the country and has leapfrogged Paris and Montreal to become the third best student city in the world, according to the QS Best Student Cities 2018 ranking.
Victoria’s reputation as a global centre for pharmaceutical manufacturing is growing, with Australia’s only locally owned medicinal poppy processing company expanding to around the clock operations and creating 20 new jobs.
The creator of one of the world’s most innovative business conferences has established its Asia Pacific headquarters in Melbourne, and in October will host their conference here.
The world’s largest medicinal cannabis company Canopy Growth Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Spectrum Cannabis Australia, will invest $16million to establish its Asia-Pacific headquarters, research and development centre in Victoria, creating more than 200 jobs
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.