To win over Chinese tourists, Colac is using QR codes to communicate with customers in their language of choice.
The ignite event series is working with business to reaffirm Victoria as the nation’s knowledge capital.
In celebration of NAIDOC Week, we speak with Andrew Jackomos, Executive Director of the Aboriginal Economic Development branch within the Department.
About 80,000 jobs and 80,000 homes are targeted to be created by 2050 at Fishermans Bend.
During National Reconciliation Week we speak with Elly Patira, director of Aboriginal affairs at the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria.
Victoria’s four Asia-based Commissioners recently participated in a panel discussion. Discover what we learnt from being in attendance.
We speak with Victoria’s 29th Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AC.
For those who appreciate insightful conversations with compelling people, we recommend reviewing our top interviews and profile pieces from 2018.
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.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Mark Rubbo leads independent bookstore chain, Readings. We sat down with him at his recently re-opened State Library Victoria branch
More organisations are realising that corporate volunteering makes both social and economic sense.
Findings from a recent survey reveal community attitudes to growth and development.
Dylan Alcott shares advice on starting a small business, tackling barriers and why it is important to have people with a disability in the workforce.
Are you a small business operator? Here’s a series of August events you do not want to miss.
Adam Cunneen, Victoria’s Commissioner to Japan and Korea reveals his top advice when seeking to trade and invest within such diverse markets.
Adam Cunneen shares an insider’s view on how Victorian businesses can best engage with the two countries.
Victoria’s Commissioner to Southeast Asia is Brett Stevens, a former fish farmer, now hooked on life in chaotic, colourful Jakarta.