The Innovation & Technology Hub (previously known as the Industry & Innovation Precinct) is the only place where Melbourne’s global recognition as a leading Tech City and as the sporting capital of the world meet head-on.
Melbourne is the Asia-Pacific base for some of the world’s leading innovation organisations. Also home to ground breaking start-ups and technology disruption, the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix combines these technological advances in front of an estimated 300,000 people from all around the world. Ensure your position at this global business event in a unique environment that fosters business networks, government support, world-class sport and entertainment.
Not only is it a way to offer fans further insight into the unmatched sport of Formula One and the technology surrounding it, it is also the on-site location for students who are part of the education program Driving Learning, a destination for the innovative minds of the future.
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