Global science and technology firm Leidos has expanded its footprint in Victoria with a cutting-edge Software Factory – its first outside the United States – which will support the company’s growth in Australia, extend its global reach and attract new industry leading capabilities for software development.
A new hub in Melbourne’s south east will be a major national precinct to explore new hydrogen technologies, including clean energy vehicles and hydrogen storage containers, and cement Victoria as a clean energy leader.
An investment from a global leader in defence electronics and technology is set to further boost Victoria’s thriving defence and technology sectors.
Melbourne has a robust and vibrant fintech ecosystem that offers the ideal environment for cutting edge fintech companies to develop and grow their business.
Seven glass and plastics projects in Victoria have received $8.1 million in first round funding under the Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF).
A Dutch warehouse management system-development firm has chosen Melbourne as the location for its Asia-Pacific headquarters.