The Victorian Government is getting behind Victoria’s brewers, winemakers and distillers with a new program aimed at getting more locally produced drinks into bars and restaurants.
On 31 March 2021, an opening ceremony was held at the newly completed Study Melbourne Hub located on the South Bund in Shanghai, China.
The Victorian Government is supporting the recovery of the international education sector in Victoria with the expansion of the innovative Future Founders program.
Global Victoria's inaugural eCommerce Accelerator Program was successfully launched on 30 March 2021 to support 15 Victorian export companies engagement with one of the fastest-growing eCommerce markets in the world – Southeast Asia.
Victoria’s high-performing exporters have been given a recovery boost through the Victorian Government’s Global Gateway Program, which provides grants of up to $50,000 for market development activities.
Victoria’s lucrative summer fruit exports to China and Malaysia have been given a significant boost by a $100,000 grant from the Victorian Government.
Victoria will invest in a renewable hydrogen industry to advance the development of the potentially game-changing energy technology.
Minister for Trade, Martin Pakula announced on Wednesday 17 February the appointment of former Victorian Premier John Brumby as the new Chair of the state’s International Education Advisory Council.
Nominated by the Victorian Government for a business migration visa, Chau Tran has launched a vitamin export company, working with South Gippsland Dairy.
Global Victoria teamed up with UAE gourmet food emporium, Jones the Grocer to showcase the authentic taste of Victoria in celebration of Australia Day.
Global Victoria was proud to support Startupbootcamp Melbourne’s successful delivery of their first Victoria India Smart Energy Exchange virtually over two legs – an inbound immersion to Victoria for Indian startups in July 2020, and an outbound immersion program to India for Victorian startups in November 2020.
On 10 December 2020, The Grid – a global festival for future business and ideas – officially launched with a mini event at Federation Square’s Taxi restaurant featuring some of Australia’s most influential entrepreneurs, business leaders and government representatives.