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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.
Victorian startup INWENTECH specialising in better cancer treatment has won the prestigious Victorian Government Inspiration of the Year Award at the 26th National iAwards.
Round two of the small and medium enterprises Export Hubs initiative is now open.
The Victorian Government announced today new support for Victorian sports tech companies, innovators and developers to reach their full potential.
Daniel Calo from Future Nation sat down with our CEO, Gönül Serbest to find out what Global Victoria is and how we help Victorian businesses on their export journey.
A cricket ball embedded with a microchip stands to revolutionise cricket – and it's being developed in Victoria by renowned sports equipment innovator Kookaburra.
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.