The UK’s acclaimed retirement technology provider Smart Pension has chosen Melbourne’s thriving fintech sector for its Australian base, where it will work with partners to deliver innovative digital retirement savings solutions across the country.
With an eye for expansion, global online education platform Coursera has chosen Melbourne to base its APAC headquarters.
Consulting giant, Ernst & Young (EY) will establish its new Service Delivery Centre in Ballarat, 75 minutes west of Melbourne.
One of the world’s biggest airlines is gearing up to restart and grow direct services between Melbourne and San Francisco, providing more opportunities than ever for businesses to expand their operations in Melbourne’s thriving multi-sector ecosystem.
Europe’s largest public research organisation has chosen to establish a representative office for Oceania in Melbourne, in a further boost to Victoria’s globally renowned R&D sector.
Monash University has achieved gold standard status in one of the world’s most prestigious university rankings, further cementing its global reputation for research and education excellence.
In a further boost to Victoria’s mRNA and medical research advancements, mRNA Victoria will collaborate with Pfizer’s Centers for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI) and RNA Accelerator to advance critical therapeutic and vaccine research and development.
Spearheading Victoria’s green future, Deakin University will establish a BioFactory in Victoria’s second largest city, Geelong to explore ways to process and reuse waste across the community.
TimeEdit, European market leader in resource management and scheduling systems, has chosen Melbourne to establish its Asia Pacific office to service the Australian, New Zealand and Asian markets.
One of the world's most well-known online retailers, Amazon has chosen Melbourne to establish its first dedicated Sort Centre in Australia.
ST Solutions Australia PTY LTD. (STSA), a subsidiary of SoftBank Corp. (SoftBank) (TOKYO: 9434), a leading communication and information technology service provider, has chosen Melbourne to establish its new Australian office.
Global tech company Geek+ has chosen Melbourne as its Australian headquarters to help businesses use robotics solutions to enhance productivity, accuracy, and flexibility in warehouse and factory operations.