The Victorian Government has announced it would contribute $1.5 million to the establishment of Australia’s first multimillion-dollar accelerator and investment fund for Artificial Intelligence (AI) scaleups.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) welcomes submissions from interested individuals and groups on the potential opportunities and impacts of a future Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the United Kingdom (UK).
Vietnam has now largely re-opened for business and is forecast to be the only major Southeast Asian economy to maintain moderate growth in 2020.
Ignition Immersive are an award-winning Melbourne-based company founded by Darren Vukusinovic and Wing Cheung. The pair are passionate about compelling storytelling and pushing the boundaries of innovation to elicit empathy and empower their audiences to learn, engage and interact.
Melbourne-born behaviour change creative agency, Hard Edge recently launched a new program called MyPlace to support organisations whose employees find themselves working remotely because of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Melbourne-based tech startup PHORIA are vying to take out one of the internet's highly coveted awards at the 2020 Webbys with their AR gameplay REWILD Our Planet.
International students will receive a relief payment of up to $1100 as part of a Victorian Government emergency support package that will help tens of thousands of people across our state.
Global Victoria is proud to continue their support of innovative Victorian companies like Future Grid who announced earlier this week they'll soon be entering the lucrative US energy market.
Global Victoria's Commissioner for Victoria to Greater China shares an update on China's recovery from coronavirus and new opportunities emerging for Victorian exporters.
The Victorian Government is proud to support innovative and export-focused companies like Airwallex who recently raised a Series D round of USD$160M – its largest to date.
Innovative Victorian companies have drawn upon their strengths and capabilities to help tackle the challenges faced in Australia by coronavirus.
On 1 April, the Australian Government announced measures to help secure freight access for Australian agriculture and fisheries exporters.