On 1 April, the Australian Government announced measures to help secure freight access for Australian agriculture and fisheries exporters.
Under the Federal Government's JobKeeper Payment, businesses impacted by the coronavirus will be able to access a subsidy from the Government to continue paying their employees.
Global Victoria threw their full support behind an all-girl F1 in Schools team from Albert Park Secondary College to help them compete at the Australian National Finals held in Melbourne earlier this month.
The Victorian Government has launched a campaign to show support for Chinese communities.
Female business leaders and game changers from Victoria and around the world will join forces in Melbourne this March for inaugural all-women international business summit, GVw 2020.
The Victorian Government is supporting the state’s world-class wine industry with a new $2.5 million package to help growers and producers impacted by the recent bushfires with technical advice to help make the best decisions for their business.
Victorian food and fibre exports reached a new high last financial year – showing that despite difficult seasonal and market conditions, Victoria’s agriculture sector continues to go from strength to strength.
More innovation grants have become available for Victorian organisations looking to break new ground in China or Israel.
Victoria's booming medtech and pharmaceutical sales have helped propel the value of Victoria’s exports to an all-time high of $57.7 billion, up 10 per cent in a year. And last night, as testament to our State's innovative and entrepreneurial exporters, Victoria took home 4 out of the 13 Awards at the highly coveted Australian Export Awards .
Widespread benefits for Australian farmers, businesses and investors are one step closer with the enabling legislation for major trade deals with Indonesia, Hong Kong and Peru passing through Federal Parliament yesterday.
Victoria’s international students have been celebrated at the 2019 Victorian International Education Awards.
Victoria's Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events, the Hon. Martin Pakula announce yesterday support for Melbourne Victory’s participation at the inaugural Asian Football Confederation Women’s Club Championship in Korea Republic at the end of this month.