Victoria’s 100 + country racing clubs are having a resurgence. Find out more about the regional communities benefiting from regional racing
No need to lament the end of summer, autumn is rich with appetising possibilities. Read on for a selection of the upcoming food & wine festivals.
WATCH THE VIDEO: We met up with Victorian Small Business Commissioner, Judy O’Connell, to talk about the role of the Commission.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Mark Rubbo leads independent bookstore chain, Readings. We sat down with him at his recently re-opened State Library Victoria branch
WATCH THE VIDEO: A purpose-built corporate office housing the new headquarters for retailers David Jones and Country Road Group has opened in Burnley.
The Spring Racing Carnival is a Victorian manufacturer’s time to shine with bespoke fashion headwear and socks to food, wine and transport.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Regional Victorian theme park, Gumbaya World, last week announced stages two and three of a major redevelopment project.
Could your business do with some free one-on-one advice? Then jump aboard the Small Business Bus.
Are you a small business operator? Here’s a series of August events you do not want to miss.
WATCH THE VIDEO: The people of Rupanyup are showing how small communities can think big when planning a brighter future.
Give a gift this Mother’s Day to support some of Victoria’s most inspiring social enterprises.
Read how a social enterprise in regional Victoria is thriving, thanks to a partnership with the Victorian Government and some tasty products!
Victorian businesswomen are being helped to go global as part of a revamped Victorian Women in International Business program.
Victorian Government funding is helping to put Victorian regions on the international wine appreciation map.
Phillip Island Nature Park’s $58 million revamp of the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is set to benefit more than just the penguins.
Maggie Zhou, Australia and New Zealand Managing Director of Alibaba Group, is the inaugural Victorian Government Honorary Business Ambassador.
Melbourne has surpassed other Australian capital cities as a corporate location due mostly to declining activity in the resources sector.
As the world’s largest eCommerce market, China represents a huge opportunity for Australian businesses.