Sunbury’s Odette Suitor, a Victorian finalist for the 2019 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Awards, is rethinking shipping containers for grain storage.
Carly Jordan is a state finalist in the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award. She has developed a migrant resettlement model to boost regional towns.
Meet Kyneton’s Claire Moore, a Victorian finalist in the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award for her plan to boost the declining bee population.
Fancy studying in Asia to boost your business credentials? Apply for a Hamer Scholarship by 17 March.
We speak with Victoria’s 29th Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AC.
Australia’s longest-running digital innovation awards are the perfect opportunity to raise your profile, create connections & increase your exposure.
Clear your calendars. The eighth Creative Innovation conference is back this April and founder, Tania de Jong, tells us what to expect.
Don’t delay. Hop in the car or get on a train and head to some of our regional centres to experience the brilliant art on offer.
Read how one veski award winner is aiming to help prevent asthma in children.
Looking to do business with the Middle East? The Victorian Government can help.
If you’re involved in Victoria’s $55.3 billion food and fibre sector, the inaugural evokeAG conference in Melbourne should be on your radar.
Victorian businesses are poised to capitalise on the next revolution in manufacturing, dubbed Industry 4.0.
Almost half of all business migrants to Australia call Victoria home, helped along by our state’s Skilled and Business Migration Program.
NGV's new exhibition, Between Two Worlds, is a world-first. We chat to one of the curators involved in bringing it to Melbourne.
Melbourne professors Andrew Roberts and John Seymour have won a Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation for their development of an anti-cancer drug.
As we head into peak bushfire season, don’t get caught out: grab a copy of the ‘Insure It, It’s Worth It’ toolkit.
Victoria’s prosperity and liveability are closely linked to our environment, says Dr Gillian Sparkes.