We get together roughly quarterly, but generally when there is a point, such as our two recent facebook and Instagram for Business events. We don't do name tags or card swaps and no, we are not a bunch of old suits selling insurance to each other; get amongst it.
Oh and we also like to keep them low light and lubricated and so, well, photos ain't high on our list of priorities ;)
Meet Me In Darlo Info Night - Tue Oct 10th, 2017
On Saturday the 21st of October, Keep Sydney Open, in conjunction with the Darlinghurst Business Partnership [DBP] is presenting: MEET ME IN DARLO: a day-to-night festival celebrating Darlinghurst’s status as a premier destination for Sydney nightlife, music, culture, food, drink and retail.
A huge range of music events will run from 3pm - 3:30am in almost all the local venues. (If you are a venue & want to join contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
For this occasion, DBP has arranged with the City of Sydney permission for local businesses to activate the footpath out the front of their premises.
We last did this for Oxtravaganza during Mardi Gras and there were some really amazing things done on the street.
We invite you to Stonewall on Tuesday the 10th to hear from two local businesses who ran very successful activations: Sax Fetish and the Worksop Makery. You will also be presented with a range of ideas for events and activations that might suit your business on the day, as well as getting some hot tips on how best to promote your events.
We strongly encourage all local businesses to plan something for the day. It could be as simple as a sale, or a live DJ, or a workshop, poetry reading, whatever. The more locals that get involved with Meet Me in Darlo, the bigger the groundswell on social media and the more successful the day will be for your business. Do not miss this opportunity to showcase your goods & services to the large numbers of people that will be coming.
Join our mailing lkist: http://www.dbp.org.au/join/
You are invited to another one of our famous local small-business drinks nights.
6 for 6:30pm at the Darlo Bar.
In addition to having a good old mingle with your neighbours, some drinks and snacks on us, an update on the Darlinghurst Business Partneship's activities, an Eastside Sydney update by and introduction to Katie Mayor, or PR wunderkind, we are pleased to Introduce Rick Yabsley, who will be speaking to us about Government grants that are available to businesses.
Rick is Principal of Bacchus Associates a Boutique Chartered Accounting Firm based in Pyrmont. Rick’s specialty is dealing with technology start-ups, research and development entities and export oriented businesses in accessing Government grants and concessions. Recently Rick identified over 360 grants which are currently being used by different Australian businesses and community groups. In 15 minutes, Rick will explain the Government rationale behind grants and how to get access to them. A Q&A will follow.
Eastside Xmas Drinks @World Bar - Tue Dec 6
With over 100 attendees including 4 City of Sydney Councillors, drinks and pizza (and no name tags) this was a great night to catch up with other locals doing stuff.
Eastside: Instagram Passion to Business Event
It was great to team up with Potts Point Partnership and Surry Hills Creative Precinct to co-present, as Eastside Sydney, this Instagram for Business event. We had no less than Instagram International COO, Marne Levine, come and present the new business tools in Instagram as well as host a panel of Aussie Instagram success stories.
Soon the be immediately past event :)
Wednesday 15th June - Good old-fashioned drinks and nibbles and meet and greet. 60 attendees from 50 RSVPs which is one for the books. Just going to show that walking around printed fliers the old fashioned way id the best way to get out of one's bubble.
Deepline Place-making Strategy Preview
Drinks and nibbles at the Colombian Hotel where we previewed our deepline place-making and native marketing screens to our friends and neighbours. Wednesday 30th March, 2016.
VESPA Destination Marketing Strategy Announcement
As far back as the 1800’s the ridge line to the east of Sydney was known as Eastern Hill. From 1900-1969 the suburbs to the immediate east of Sydney’s CBD were part of the Electoral District of East Sydney and the name still adorns the old Darlinghurst Gaol. Our three groups have signed a formal agreement to work together to leverage this historical identity to showcase our wonderful precincts to visitors seeking something more than icons and landmarks.