Looking to do business with the Middle East? The Victorian Government can help.
Almost half of all business migrants to Australia call Victoria home, helped along by our state’s Skilled and Business Migration Program.
Keen to break into Latin America? We show you how.
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.
We catch up with the Commissioner for Victoria to South Asia, Michelle Wade.
It’s official: our state is the country’s leading tech hub.
The establishment of a dedicated food group in Melbourne’s North will support local approaches to create jobs, drive investment and boost exports.
There are plenty of compelling reasons why Melbourne is a great place to do business in 2018.
Phillip Island Nature Park’s $58 million revamp of the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is set to benefit more than just the penguins.
The establishment of lucrative emerging industries is transforming Fishermans Bend and will help turbo-charge Melbourne’s future prosperity.
Melbourne has surpassed other Australian capital cities as a corporate location due mostly to declining activity in the resources sector.
Telstra’s 2017 Cyber Security Report found that 59 per cent of Australian organisations have detected a business interrupting breach at least monthly.
There are more Australians but most will live in Melbourne rather than Sydney by 2030 – and we are getting older.
As a wave of change disrupts the world’s energy markets, a Melbourne energy tech start-up is leading the way to a greener, more efficient future.
Major events spin gold for a city’s economy, and Melbourne has proven to the heartland of big ticket attractions this March.
Melbourne has been chosen at the home of a new A$20 million Chinese government startup incubator.
In a major coup for Victoria, the world’s largest eRetailer Alibaba has opened its Australia and New Zealand headquarters in Melbourne.