We talk with CyberGym CEO Ofir Hason, whose company has helped to create jobs to help Victorian businesses fight cybercrime.
Introducing Cara Hadzig from Murra Warra in the Wimmera, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Awards.
It’s official: our state is the country’s leading tech hub.
Migrant entrepreneurs are twice as likely to start businesses, according to a report in Harvard Business Review, for example Tesla and Kogan.
The 28-year-old – named Young Australian of the Year in 2012 – has garnered international acclaim for her robotics inventions.
LiveTiles is opening its global innovation centre and Asia Pacific headquarters in the former manufacturing hub of Geelong.
The Victorian Government is partnering with two hub operators to help grow Melbourne’s thriving financial technology sector.
The rollout of the $18 million Regional Rail Connectivity Project will help to improve mobile blackspots on Victoria's busiest regional rail lines.
Melbourne-based company Airwallex has announced a strategic partnership to enable customers to transact with Europe, the United Kingdom and Scandinavi
What began as a whim has now ended with Emre Deniz of Opaque Media preparing NASA astronauts for the journey into space.
Free public WiFi has been made available in Melbourne city centre including Bourke St Mall and on platforms at Melbourne's city train stations.
Once seen as an expensive gimmick for early adopters, augmented reality is now mature enough to be a genuine enabling technology.
Victorian fintechs Afterpay and Touchcorp have merged, and are now taking their innovative shop now, pay later service global.
Leading global tech solution company Aconex continues to be a game changer in the construction industry after nearly two decades.
Supporting startup founders through quality education programs, creating a more vibrant ecosystem is an important goal for LaunchVic CEO Kate Cornick.
The Melbourne-based company is committed to design and service innovation and strives to create solutions that ultimately improve people’s lives.
Melbourne-based company SportsTG provides cutting-edge digital solutions to the amateur and professional sporting industry in Australia.
A new wave of sports entrepreneurs and startups are turning Victoria’s love of sport into a major economic force.