MCEC expansion to boost jobs and visitor numbers

September 9, 2017 by  

The expansion of the Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is boosting the city’s appeal for staging big events, while also creating hundreds of positions for jobseekers at the same time.

In a recent announcement [Read more]

Funding boost for 14 annual events in Melbourne

September 7, 2017 by  

The Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne Cup Carnival and Toyota AFL Finals Series are two of 14 major events flagged by the City of Melbourne to receive funding under the [Read more]

Innovative travel app creators excel in challenge

August 16, 2017 by  

Smartphone apps, Joinwheels and Freewheeler, which encourage a change in the way people travel throughout metropolitan Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne, have won the Resilient Melbourne Citymart Challenge.

The City of Melbourne Resilient initiative reached out [Read more]

Pop-up shop to help the homeless

August 15, 2017 by  

Personalised pop-up banners for the Salvation Army have appeared on a vacant building in Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne, as part of national Homelessness Week.

Access to the 208 Little Collins Street building has [Read more]

Small business urged to apply for city grants

July 24, 2017 by  

A vast array of creative and unique businesses are being urged to apply for a small business grant on offer by the City of Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne.

The grants programme, according to [Read more]

Chance to see future Melbourne buildings online in 3D

July 10, 2017 by  

An online 3D visual representation of Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne buildings under application, under construction, approved or existing has been unveiled by Lord Mayor Robert Doyle.

Explained a concept that provides a candid look at the amount of building activity occurring in the city’s CBD, the Mayor said:

“It’s like Google Earth, except some of the buildings don’t exist yet.

“This is the first time an Australian Council has undertaken this kind of modelling and made it public.”

The model is based on information accessed from the City of Melbourne’s Development Activity Monitor, which has reported that office construction has experienced a large upswing.

According to the Lord Mayor, 90,000sqm of floor commercial space was completed between January 1 and May 1 this year. In 2016, there was just 6000sqm for the year.

The future, he said, also looks bright with floor office space of 254,000sqm under construction, town planning approval given for a further 704,000sqm, and applications lodged for another 209,000sqm.

The Lord Mayor said it is important to keep a close eye on the amount of commercial growth, as the city is a place for business and needs to continue to cater for new enterprises.

Postcards and other promotional materials offer a way to illustrate what is currently available in the city, and the new 3D model complements them by providing an insight to future developments.

Free workshops feature of HR event in Melbourne

July 4, 2017 by  

A HR event will provide free workshops to those who register on time.

The conference will take place in [Read more]

Financial technology festival coming to Melbourne

July 4, 2017 by  

Fintech Australia will host a national event in Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne in a few months’ time.

The festival is due to [Read more]

Makeover likely for Melbourne’s scaffolding

June 5, 2017 by  

Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne’s city council is aiming to improve the aesthetics of local construction work.

The idea is that [Read more]

More Melbourne suburbs become popular

June 5, 2017 by  

Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne’s booming property market is making traditionally unfashionable suburbs more popular.

In the last two [Read more]

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