The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will allocate A$13.5 million to Small and Medium Enterprises to enable a competitive and connected sector statewide, providing mentoring and support to grow business, create jobs and take advantage of the digital economy.
The Australian Government's vision to grow a strong, resilient and internationally competitive defence industry received a major boost on April 23 with the opening of a new Australian Defence Export Office in Canberra.
A new round of funding is now available under the Victorian Government's Sector Growth Program, offering up to A$1 million in support of projects that align with the future industries sector strategies, create jobs, and drive growth, productivity and competitiveness of local businesses.
Austrade's new research report and toolkit will provide consortia opportunities and pathways for Australian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) delivering education and training services.
If you're a biotechnology company seeking global opportunities in areas of business development, partnerships and licencing, sales, marketing and distribution, here's some great reasons why you should join us on our trade mission to the BIO2018.
Victorian manufacturing continues to grow – supporting jobs, exports and economic growth across the state.
This year's Victorian Invitation Program (VIP) welcomed 150 delegates from across the globe, including several recent business migrants now located in Victoria.
The Wine Australia Regulations 2018 will replace the Australian Grape and Wine Authority Regulations 1981, which expired on 31 March 2018.
The Victorian Government will showcase the state’s cutting-edge manufacturing, research and design capabilities to the world on a ten-day trip to China and the United States.
Australia will participate in Expo 2020, held for the very first time in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from October 2020 to April 2021.
A high-profile delegation led by Victorian Government to one of the region’s largest financial conferences, Money 20/20 Asia,has connected local fintech companies with key decision makers and government officials across Asia-Pacific.
The Victorian Government will invest $2.9 million in educating thousands of Victorian startups through the state’s startup agency, LaunchVic.