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20 Aug 2018 Investor Update
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has ranked Australia, Singapore and Sweden as the economies most prepared for technological change, and the most attractive places for tech companies to invest in ...
16 Aug 2018 Investor Update
US marketing automation tech startup ActiveCampaign has opened its first international office in Sydney
13 Aug 2018 FTA Case studies
Buoyant times lie ahead for the Geraldton Fishermen’s Co-operative thanks to growing demand in China for rock lobsters. The Co-operative is also seeking to diversify its rock lobster exports to a rang ...
10 Aug 2018 Investor Update
Clinical-stage pharmaceutical company Moleculin Biotech has established a wholly owned Australian subsidiary – Moleculin Australia – in Sydney, where it plans to continue its focus on developing oncol ...
9 Aug 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
Australian cancer researchers at internationally recognised Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne are transforming patients’ lives with groundbreaking research fast-tracked direct from the lab to ...
8 Aug 2018 Investor Update
Autonomous vehicle technology company EasyMile, Transit Australia Group (TAG) and the South Australian Government have joined forces to create an autonomous vehicle hub in Adelaide.
3 Aug 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
After a rapid rise to success as a child, opera singer Danielle de Niese has taken a measured approach to building her career and, as a result, is now one of the most in-demand classical performers in ...
31 Jul 2018 Education news
Austrade and the Department of Education and Training have jointly prepared a snapshot update on the schools sector in Vietnam, which covers education policy, market trends, and opportunities for Aust ...
31 Jul 2018 Insights
The inaugural Australian Innovation Summit in Manila this year brought together experts from government, industry and academia to discuss the impact of innovation and the challenges and possibilities ...
30 Jul 2018 Success stories
Wines by Geoff Hardy, a family-owned and operated wine company with a unique heritage, sees India as an important future wine market in the Asian region.
26 Jul 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
From prohibition to the world’s best in less than 30 years, Tasmanian whisky has claimed its place on the international stage thanks to small producers entirely devoted to their craft
25 Jul 2018 Economic analysis
Releasing its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) report on 16 July, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) left unchanged its world economic growth forecasts at 3.9% for both 2018 and 2019, compared t ...
24 Jul 2018 Education news
The largest and only Australian Government education exhibition in Korea is being held in Seoul on 13–14 October 2018. In 2018 there are a number of new features being added to the event.
Austrade and the Department of Education and Training have undertaken a number of promotional education activities in Vietnam in the 2017-18 financial year. This article provides detail on these activ ...
23 Jul 2018 Economic analysis
The value of Australia's exports of goods and services surged by almost 15% year-on-year to $387 billion in 2017, while imports grew by 7% to $377 billion over the same period.
19 Jul 2018 Investor Update
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Japan’s largest pharmaceutical company, has signed a research collaboration agreement with Australian immuno-oncology company HaemaLogiX.
19 Jul 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
The biggest supplier of bovine genetics in the country, Genetics Australia, is finding new markets in Latin America and China, as rapidly escalating demand for dairy and beef sees farmers grow their h ...
16 Jul 2018 Investor Update
AC Energy has entered into a joint venture with UPC Renewables, a global renewable energy developer, and invested in Australia’s energy market.
13 Jul 2018 Investor Update
Nomis Solutions has opened an Asia Pacific headquarters in Melbourne to service the Asia Pacific region, creating up to 50 jobs over five years.
10 Jul 2018 Australia Unlimited feature
From humble beginnings growing up in public housing, Professor Megan Davis became the first Australian Indigenous person to be elected to a UN body. She has dedicated her life to improving the rights ...