Invest Victoria is the Victorian Government's investment promotion agency (IPA) providing free confidential services and professional advice to international investors through a network of global offices. Visit investvictoria.com.
Jobs Victoria provides tailored services to support and connect jobseekers and employers. With a network of partners throughout the state, Jobs Victoria helps jobseekers get job-ready through mentoring, training and development, and work closely with employers to identify exactly the types of skills and experience they are looking for.
Kylie worked for 20 years as a journalist and editor with leading daily newspapers in Australia and overseas before establishing a corporate communications consultancy in regional Victoria.
She balances the needs of her clients and her passion for telling stories with a love of country living, filling her spare time tending to her vegetable garden, orchard and chickens.
Lachlan is an established corporate communicator and writer.
He has provided content for multiple corporate publications including ANZ’s Blue Notes, Asian Executive Magazine, and Sky News’ 2600 newsletter.
He currently works as a Communications Advisor, Jobs, Innovation and Business Engagement for the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.
Lindsey is a communications professional with experience as a freelance consultant and newsroom journalist for the ABC.
She is a self-described biophile with a penchant for matching food and wine with the perfect soundtrack, and storylines featuring complex female characters.
Lindsey worked as a Strategic Communications Adviser in Agriculture for the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.
Visit Victoria is the primary tourism and events company for the State of Victoria in Australia. We inspire people to visit Melbourne and Victoria through captivating stories and amazing events. Our purpose is to ignite and challenge any imagination.
The $500 million Working for Victoria initiative is helping Victorian jobseekers find work and employers find workers. This includes people who have lost their jobs and businesses who need workers due to the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19). Working for Victoria is part of the Victorian Government’s $1.7 billion Economic Survival Package.