Games development studios eyeing expansion into the Asia-Pacific region should look no further than Australia’s premier tech city, Melbourne.
The Victorian Government is inviting renewable energy developers to submit proposals for its second Victorian Renewable Energy Target (VRET2) auction.
ChannelEngine, a European ecommerce business with offices around the globe has chosen Melbourne for its new Australia-New Zealand headquarters - its first in the southern hemisphere.
Melbourne’s booming high-rise and apartment sector is boosting firms from around the world – including Dutch-based UNStudio which recently opened its first Australian office in Melbourne.
A research lab at Melbourne’s La Trobe University is the first in Australia to receive a rare global sustainability certification.
Top tier tech firm NCS has established its Australian base in Melbourne, creating up to 500 new jobs in the city over the next five years.
A research partnership between the Victorian Government, Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC and Monash University has received a major boost.
A Victorian university will become the first in Australia to implement a cloud supercomputing facility, delivering all-new opportunities for researchers and academics.
A leading US-based logistics platform has chosen Melbourne for its new national support centre, growing its global reach and strengthening the nation’s delivery networks.
Six major energy projects across Victoria’s west and north are in the pipeline, offering major opportunities as the state gears up for a big boost in renewable power.
Victoria is calling upon global energy businesses to maximise new innovation grants and deliver renewable technologies that will power the state into the future.
Melbourne Connect, a world-class innovation precinct on the edge of the Melbourne CBD, is establishing a range of new workspaces to make it easier for industry and researchers to work on new and emerging technologies.