Grey Innovation is a commercialisation technology company that extracts big ideas and research projects out of Australian universities and hospitals.
Supp co-founder Jordan Murray and Kate Murray experienced one of the hospitality industry’s biggest pain points—finding and maintaining staff.
Melbourne-based online electronics retailer Kogan has been deemed the most mobile ready Australian brand.
Small businesses can be caught out when dealing with corporate customers who demand generous payment terms, but a Melbourne fintech has the solution.
Victorian wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution is on a roll after successfully raising capital in 2016, and is predicting growth in the years ahead.
Gekko is a Victorian firm that is blazing an international trial in the rapidly growing mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector.
Australia is a world leader in biotech, and a new venture capital fund is set to give the nation’s competitiveness a further healthy boost.
The expo is an ideal opportunity for Victoria to highlight its capabilities as a global leader in research and hi-tech manufacturing in these sectors.
Researchers in Victoria have launched a new manufacturing facility which they believe will produce the strongest, lightest carbon fibre in the world.
Cybersecurity is a hot topic and a rapidly growing market, and Melbourne is poised to reap the benefits.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne have launched a groundbreaking project tipped to revolutionise how drugs are tested.
Melbourne has been chosen at the home of a new A$20 million Chinese government startup incubator.
Assembly Payments has taken the entire fintech industry by surprise.
Fintech is booming around the world and Victoria is proving to be extremely fertile ground for innovation.
Victorian startup MimicTec has developed a prototype that takes it a step closer to transforming how chickens are farmed in Australia and the world.
The global gender imbalance in the technology and digital industries has deprived many women of the chance to develop their full potential.
The secret to better diabetes treatment may have been found in the most unlikely of places –– snail venom.
A Melbourne company motivated to improve eye health is drawing on local scientific talent to make use of the multi-billion dollar biopharma industry.