More than 1,500 visitors submerged themselves in the innovative spirit of the Casey Cardinia Region's INNovation Summit on Sunday 28 April.
This $50M Fund supports manufacturers to modernise, adopt new technologies, become more productive and create more jobs by co-funding capital investments and associated reskilling.
The best local technologists, entrepreneurs and business leaders joined City of Casey officials at the Casey Tech School in Berwick to launch one of the largest LORA networks in Australia.
City of Casey has partnered with two Victorian Councils to deliver a program encouraging startups to improve outcomes for local communities.
To a room full of business women, the most awe-inspiring thing about international business woman Emma Isaacs was undoutedly the fact that she is the mother of five children under 10.
The Casey Cardinia Region is home to the only deaf owned and operated Auslan training organisation in Australia, The Auslan Company.
The region’s tourism industry leaders joined together to discuss regional tourism opportunities at the annual Mayoral Business Leaders Dinner.
As the fashion industry speeds up, one Berwick designer is slowing it all down.