Creating jobs today by growing the industries of tomorrow video and transcript

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Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan

The objective of Future Industries Week is to be able to showcase Victorian industry right across the areas where we believe there is solid growth.

Dr. Anthony C. Lindsay, Director, STELaRLab, Lockheed Martin

Right across the country there's fantastic R&D occurring that we really want to actually become a part of that community and get involved and assist to bring their technologies to the global stage. STELaRLab is Lockheed Martin's first, non U.S. based, multi-disciplinary R&D lab.

Dr. Anee Azim, Research Engineer, Lockheed Martin

It's very exciting because here I can get the chance to meet versatile people from different backgrounds and also very good leadership.

Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan

This is Future Industries Week, and food and fibre is one of six key industries in Victoria which are driving enormous growth for our economy.

Laurent Boillon, Managing Director, Laurent

The level of activity in the food development technology in Melbourne is incredible, and is really a base for the rest of Australia.

Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan

This is a fantastic, fantastic initiative underway here to develop capacity, product, and of course expand business opportunity.

Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan

I'm here at Chobani, a really successful global business story.

Peter Meek, Managing Director, Chobani Pty Ltd

We've invested almost $100 million to bring great food to Australians and that combination of technology and wonderful ingredients gives an amazing product.

Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan 

Victoria is a global leader when it comes to the development and manufacture of medical technologies, bio-tech, and obviously pharmaceuticals as well. We want to work with GSK and others, to help take Australian innovation to the world.

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