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Chamber Update - August 2017

02 Aug 2017

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Docklands Sunday Market

By Paul Salter, Docklands Chamber of Commerce

Come down to the Docklands Sunday Market on NewQuay Promenade on the second Sunday of each month from 10am to 5pm.

In fact, come down and visit on August 13!

The market transforms a public area into a gathering space for the community. It is where you can find a treasure.

It brings people of different ages, genders, races, ethnicities and socioeconomic statuses together around the experiences of food, shopping, music and conversation.

The stallholders offer arts, crafts and fair-trade items to the public and much more from the talented craftspeople of Melbourne.

The market is infusing energy and creating a vibe that is drawing people to the precinct with a flow on to the restaurants and local businesses.

Thanks council – A big thank you from the locals

What an amazing three nights the Firelight Festival provided to the local residents and visitors to Docklands at the end of June.

The lantern processions, the roving performers and the burning of the three massive sculptures (Man, Sun and Bird) by artist Christian Patton were amazing.

If you missed the fireworks, visit our Facebook page for a glimpse of what you missed. The winter program finishes on August 23, so you may still be able to look in on some of the remaining “Glow” activities.

Did you miss out on the progressive dinners and the opportunity to taste some of Docklands finest food provided by the Berth, Cargo, Bopha Devi, Black Cod, Watermark, Banoi, Saluminsti, Tap831, Wawa Chocolatier and the Atlantic Group?

Why not register for our newsletter and make sure you do not miss the next opportunity.

Promote your business by becoming a chamber member

Networking does work and becoming a chamber member is a no brainer and definitely the place to let others know what you have to offer.

From high-tech companies to high-spirited entrepreneurs nurturing small businesses, you will encounter successful people who are members.

If you make just one lifelong customer in your first year of being a member, your membership fees are covered.

All our members have a full business listing on the Docklands Chamber website. In addition, the business directory is linked to our social media.

For example our Facebook presence – Visit Docklands Melbourne – where we have more than 114,000 followers as well as Instagram – DocklandsMelb – with more than 6000 followers.

As a member, you can send through posting and materials to be promoted on these platforms. The executive officer and media director monitor quality, content and purpose.

As a general rule, members can send through posts fortnightly and if images are in line with our “feel”, greater than 1Mb in size and able to organically reach in excess of 2000 people, they are promoted.

Every full member of the chamber is guaranteed to have at least the total of their subscription allocated towards social media advertising on our Facebook page provided the business owner sends through the photographs and it meets the above requirements.

Members are entitled to attend most of our events, training and networking nights for free and includes one guest. However, for our VIP events, members are entitled to a discounted rate for themselves and their guests.

Visit http://www.docklandscc.com.au or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to become a member.

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