Melbourne is Australia’s most innovative city, overtaking Sydney to claim 11th place overall in the annual 2thinknow Innovation Cities Global Index.
Construction has commenced on a new gasification facility in Victoria as part of the world first Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot Project.
Melbourne and San Francisco will be connected better than ever before, with United Airlines launching its first non-stop flight between the two cities.
Lucidchart, a leading provider of collaborative software products, will establish its Asia Pacific Headquarters in Melbourne, enabling the company to strengthen its foothold in the Asia Pacific market and draw on the local tech talent.
China’s largest commercial aerospace manufacturer has made a multimillion-dollar investment in Melbourne’s world-class research, business and industrial precinct.
World leading cyber security company KnowBe4 has joined a growing list of global tech companies choosing Melbourne for its Australia New Zealand headquarters.
There are significant opportunities for Dutch firms to invest in Victoria, building on the close ties that already exist between the two economies.
State Bank of India, India’s largest commercial bank, has become the first Indian bank to establish an office in Victoria.
A multi-billion-dollar US tech company has chosen Melbourne to launch its entry into the Australian market, further cementing Melbourne’s position as Australia’s leading tech city.
Melbourne has retained its status as one of the world's most livable cities, holding on to second position on the Economist Intelligence Units (EIU) Global Liveability Index, just 0.7 points behind Vienna.
Dr Alan Finkel, Australia’s Chief Scientist, is leading the development of a National Hydrogen Strategy to ensure our industries are front and centre as the global race to develop zero-emission fuels heats up.
Israeli tech startup company SparkBeyond has chosen Melbourne – Australia’s Tech City - for its first office in the country.