Who, Why and What :)
We love where we work, live and hang; our long-term goal is to expose the wonderful communities of Sydney's Eastside to free & independent humans from everywhere.
Our primary economic goal is to increase foot-traffic in the area so that the local economy can thrive, but we also have a vision to promote and protect our local culture. This is comprised of our #EastsideSydney Destination Marketing Strategy, our Renew Taylor Square Vision, our Oxtravaganza Mardi Gras event
These are in addition to regular networking nights which are focused on professional development, in a causal environment.
We are an incorporated, not-for-profit group of Darlinghurst business people who advocate strongly for our area. We believe strongly in community and that locally-run small businesses are vital to the fabric and culture of urban environments.
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We gratefully acknowledge the City of Sydney for the Business Support Grants that make our projects possible.
We have an involved member's base, and are always looking for more passionate locals to join us. So, if you have an ABN and live or work Darlo then become a member today.
Or add your email to our mailing list and see what we get up to before you commit. Contact phone number. 02 9380 8223
Darlinghurst Business Partnership is a N.S.W. State Chamber of Commerce Alliance Partner. Once you join us, you get a raft of member's benefits at no extra cost, including 2 hours of free Professional Legal Advice.
The DBP re-formed in May 2014 and are a not-for-profit group of ABN wielders interested in fostering our creative, individualist community.
We like art, culture, communication, advocacy and avoiding foreseeable stupidity.
In March/April 2015, and in response to increased anti-social behaviour experienced by traders in the area, we are rolling out a Street Safety Awareness campaign.
Strategically, we are finalising our three year plan which includes working on a destination marketing program predicated on the idea that Sydney is addicted to events and icons in the CBD and on the harbour and that the independent traveler (a significant percentage of the tourist economy) is not currently being offered the fine-grained urban culture they are seeking to embed themselves in.
Click on the map to the right for some more detailed info on our East Sydney hood.
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