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MeeMeep.Com Adds New Melbourne Office And Jobs

08 September 2016

Victoria’s drive to become the number one destination for technology investment in the Asia Pacific has received a major boost with digital last-mile logistics company announcing the opening of its new Melbourne office.

Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis today officially opened the Queens Road office, which will create up to 30 new jobs.

MeeMeep combines innovative technology and a vast network of couriers on one straight forward platform to offer eCommerce delivery solutions to some of Australia's biggest retailers and small-medium businesses.

The company is just one of a growing list of technology leaders, including Mimecast, GoPro, Zendesk and Slack, which have opened offices or Australian headquarters in Melbourne over the last 12 months.

Victoria’s tech industry now generates more than $34 billion in annual revenue and employs more than 91,300 people across the state, with the numbers primed to grow as the demand for tech skills higher than ever before.

Melbourne alone produces more ICT graduates than any other Australian city and the Andrews Labor Government is making sure we attract the right businesses to Victoria to grow the sector and produce more high-skill jobs for the future.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade, Philip Dalidakis

MeepMeep is a great local success story in Victoria’s booming tech sector and we’re incredibly proud that they’re growing their business and their team here at home.”

“We’re investing heavily in our tech sector and local startups to create more high-skill jobs for Victoria’s future and ensure we remain the number one place to do business – not just in Australia but throughout the Asia Pacific.”

Quotes attributable to MeeMeep CEO, Justin Williams

Since joining on 1 March, the team has grown to support our cornerstone clients eBay, Graysonline and Kmart and new ones, including Kogan, Total Tools, Supercheap Auto, Britex and Australia Post. Being co-located with our IT partner is a big bonus.” was conceived in Melbourne, the worlds most liveable city and innovation capital of Australia, and this is where we will stay as we grow to service Australia and international markets.

Reviewed 19 August 2020

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