GOVEA case studies
2018 GOVEA Exporter of the Year Award winner, Leica Biosystems have garnered international recognition and have been able to measure their success against industry peers to drive exports for their business.
2016 GOVEA Award winner for manufacturing, A.W. Bell is a producer of world-leading technology exported across the globe. The company have been exporting biomedical castings to Germany for over 17 years, and in the last six years have started exporting defence castings to the North American market.
2016 GOVEA Award winner for both Exporter of the Year, and Health and Biotechnology, Ego Pharmaceuticals established its new global headquarters and warehouse facility at the Logis Estate in Melbourne suburb, Dandenong South. It will undertake infrastructure development at the Logis Estate to support Ego’s 25-year growth requirements.
2017 GOVEA Award winner for Education and Training Services, Deakin University was one of Australia's first universities to open an international office in India and continues to expand its export opportunities. Having established partnerships in more than 100 countries around the world, Deakin have opened new offices in Colombo, Chengdu and China.
2015 GOVEA Award winner for Creative Industries, Hipster Whale turned their free-to-play Crossy Road app into a global trend – hitting more than 50 million downloads in the first 90 days after its November 2014 release.
2015 GOVEA Award winner for Innovation Excellence, Raygen Resources developed a new solar powered system which they've successfully exported into China. Raygen's primary intention is to expand their global reach in export markets, while maintaining the core manufacturing and technology development here in Victoria.