The Hamer Scholars Award Night last night saw 41 Victorians receive $15,000 to undertake intensive language study in China, Indonesia, Japan or Korea.
Victoria’s international education sector has set records for enrolments and economic impact, cementing the sector’s status as a multi-billion-dollar export earner.
Melbourne CEO of HRTech startup PredictiveHire Barbara Hymen, and co-founder of urban-data startup Neighbourlytics, Lucinda Hartley have been chosen as finalists to compete in the federal government's Australian Women in Tech Pitch.
The Victorian Government is backing Victoria’s world-class wine industry, with a grants program to support the growth of the state’s wineries, increase visitors to wine regions, boost exports and support local jobs.
Victoria will showcase its capabilities to the world after it became the first state to sign up to the Australian Pavilion at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai.
Victorian NBL and AFL teams, and the state's most innovative sports and sports technology companies will be on show in China this week headlining a major trade mission led by the Victorian Government to promote the state’s sporting capabilities.
Victorian innovative, visionary and entrepreneurial businesses and individuals driving the manufacturing industry now and into the future won big at last night’s Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.
Victoria's Premier has taken a three-day trip to Beijing and the Jiangsu province to further strengthen the state's relationship with China.
Iconic Victorian Four’N Twenty meat pies will soon be on supermarket shelves in Japan thanks to support from the Victorian Government through Global Victoria.
Victorians will soon have access to ground-breaking technology that will make blood tests less painful and more efficient thanks to a huge expansion of global medical technology company Trajan in Melbourne’s east.
The Victorian Government, through Global Victoria, together with Asialink Business hosted a gala dinner event last night to explore the emerging sports-led trade and investment opportunities through collaboration with Asia’s sports economies.
Wine Australia's Export and Regional Wine Package aims to increase the value of wine exports to a record A$3.3-3.5 billion by 2022.