Portland Airport will become the home of FormFlow’s new modular home manufacturing site, with up to 200 homes to be delivered each year.
Fairness starts with listening for Victoria’s new Local Jobs First Commissioner, Moana Weir.
The story behind the Trafalgar Holden Museum in central Gippsland started off with one man and his shed of Holden heritage motor cars.
A South Gippsland farmer is turning his passion for bees and their crucial role in food supply and the environment into his core business.
Moe GP Lindsay Wakefield has morphed into a market-leading manufacturer, selling custom lifts to the US, Japan, South East Asia and the Middle East.
Twenty years ago, four brothers arrived in Australia from India. Today they head up a major agricultural enterprise in the Victorian Mallee.
After 10 years and 80,000 hours of painstaking restoration, Australia’s oldest wooden tall ship has returned to Victoria Harbour, Docklands.
Dr Jackson Yin’s kit home business pivoted online during lockdown, thanks to a $50,000 Business Victoria innovation grant.
Australia’s largest olive oil producer, headquartered in Corio, is making inroads into Japan, Korea, and the US.
Celina Clarke has been in the design business for over thirty years and says the awards create a benchmark for design excellence.
From a revolving restaurant in Qatar, to a Las Vegas casino bar, to a Tehran telecommunication tower, Australian Turntable Company has gone global.
We profile Laura Chibnall who is this year’s Minerals Council of Australia Exceptional Woman in Resources for Victoria.
David Vicino speaks about family and work as if they’re one and the same – because for his family-owned business, they are.
Cobalt Design in North Melbourne has taken out the Victorian Premier’s Design Award’s top honour for a revolutionary eye testing machine.
VIDEO: After the 2019 bushfires, the couple behind Sailors Grave brewery are finally about to realise their ambition of building a tourist destination
Phillip Island based engineer, Mat Bowtell, made an unusual choice after he was retrenched from the automotive industry – he decided to work for free.
This one-of-a-kind program has helped almost 10,000 people find a job since 2016.
A leading light in the production of cancer diagnostic instruments, Rochelle Avinu was recognised at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards.