Last night the Federal Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon. Simon Birmingham, hosted the 56th Australian Export Awards at the National Arboretum in Canberra.
Expo 2020 Dubai has appointed Rosterfy, the world's fastest-growing event workforce management solution platform to support and engage its large team of employees and volunteers.
Announced on 8 Oct 2018, just short of one month before the launch of the the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE), a West Hongqiao (CIIE) People’s Court has been established dedicated to the Expo to try cases involving foreign-related commercial affairs, reports Yicai.
The 4th cycle of the Innovation Impact Grant Programme application deadline has been extended to 31 December 2018.The Programme awards grants of up to USD$100,000 for projects with the potential to benefit society or the environment and is open to individual entrepreneurs, SMEs, non-profit organisations and government entities.
Victoria’s exports have hit record levels and are still growing as the Victorian Government helps more Victorian companies break into global markets and create local jobs.
Victoria will maintain its focus on building global connections and promoting trade and investment across the Middle East with the appointment of a new Commissioner for Victoria to the Middle East, Africa and Turkey.
The Victorian Government today announced $80,000 in funding for The Actuator to partner with T-Hub in Hyderabad, India, to deliver Medtech’s Got Talent India.
In less than two months, Australia’s largest mining event will attract investors with billions in their pockets to Melbourne for four days of learning, unparalleled networking and deal-making at the 5th annual International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) taking place in Melbourne from 29 October to 1 November.
In another win for Victoria’s booming medtech and pharma sector, a leading Melbourne-based cancer diagnostic company has been named Victorian Exporter of the Year at the 39th Governor of Victoria Export Awards.
The Victorian Government has helped secure a major international trade event, in a coup that will boost investment, create jobs and cement Victoria’s place as the food and wine capital.
Agriculture has been a major contributor to the Victorian economy since the 1800’s. Today, Victoria’s agriculture exports are booming and the future looks bright with key export regions such as North Asia and Southeast Asia continuing to boom, demanding premium quality, clean and green products.
Victoria’s multi-billion-dollar food and fibre sector will be on show at this year’s Food and Beverage Trade Week, with local growers and producers set to connect with global buyers and key decision makers from today.