India’s large young population, competition for education, rapid adoption of smartphones and growing tech ecosystem, together with Victoria’s reputation for quality education and training creates a significant opportunity for Victoria’s EdTech sector in India.
The Victorian Government announced today it will be setting up the 23rd Trade and Investment office in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City to deepen Victoria's relationship and drive new trade, investment and exchange opportunities for Victorian and Vietnamese businesses.
Victoria’s booming international education sector received another feather in its cap yesterday after the state’s top university was named Victorian Exporter of the Year at the 40th Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEAs).
Future Grid, a pioneer of breakthrough data technology for utilities, was included in the 2019 APAC 25 list produced by Cleantech Group, a global provider of research, consulting and events to catalyse opportunities in sustainable innovation.
Precision farming, smart tractors, drones and animals monitored by sensors – the agricultural industry of the 21st century looks very different from the past.
In a major win for Victoria, the leading global organisation dedicated to forging closer ties with Asia through business, culture and education has set up its regional headquarters in Melbourne, as Victorian Government continues its efforts to boost trade in our region and create more jobs in our state.
Victoria’s relationship with Latin America is stronger than ever after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Victoria and Brazil’s largest state and economic powerhouse São Paulo.
Victoria’s relationship with India continues to deepen, with India’s largest commercial bank becoming the first Indian bank to establish an office in Victoria.
MailGuard’s CEO & Founder, Craig McDonald, has been presented with the 2019 Victorian Pearcey Entrepreneur Award.
New data released today has revealed that support from the Victorian Government to the state's medical technology and pharmaceutical sector has fuelled exceptional export growth.
Fuelled by Victoria’s strengthening relationship with South America, the return of Latin American students studying in Melbourne and the constant stream of Victorians taking their expertise in mining and other sectors across the Pacific, AFL teams have been established in Chile and Colombia.
Minister for Agriculture Jaclyn Symes and Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Trade Martin Pakula today opened Global Table at the Melbourne Showgrounds, bringing together international experts until Friday to discuss the biggest food challenges facing the world.