Manufacturing industry's night of nights, the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards, is a celebration of manufacturing excellence. The awards will highlight the importance and strength of the local industry and the bright future of manufacturing in Victoria.
Calling performers, visual artists and craftspeople, musicians, film makers and authors...expressions of interest are open for participation in the Australian Pavilion Cultural Program at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Premium Victorian produce will be on show this week when more than 35 dynamic Victorian food and beverage companies lead a reinvigorated trade push to the Middle East.
The Skilled and Business Migration Program is pleased to launch its first bilingual site liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au, now featuring comprehensive new content in Mandarin.
The Victorian Government has appointed renowned industry and government defence expert John O’Callaghan as a new Defence Industry Advocate to showcase Victoria’s defence capabilities in Australia and across the globe.
The Victorian Government is opening up new career and business opportunities for Victorians with the opening of the latest round of the Hamer Scholarships.
Global Victoria is pleased to announce their partnership with Melbourne-based creative director and writer Alexia Petsinis who will take on the role of Fashion Correspondent for the International Engagement Program as part of the Virgin Australian Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) 2019.
Earlier this month, nine Australian scale-up companies were the proud recipients of the highly-coveted Tech Rocketship Awards delivered by the UK Department for International Trade (DIT). And four out of the nine were from Victoria.
The 2019 Australian International Airshow is ready for take-off with a line-up of the world’s best aircraft and displays of Victoria’s world-class expertise in aerospace and defence.
Every quarter we send a selection of important news, updates on key programs and trade missions as well as a note from our CEO on the latest developments in the international engagement space within the Victorian Government.
Following the disrupted terrorist plot in Sydney in July 2017, the Australian Government will be implementing security measures to strengthen Australia’s international outbound air cargo security.
Victorian food and fibre exports now contribute a record $14.1 billion to the state’s economy and is on-track to meet the Victorian Government’s target of $20 billion by 2030.