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The little bent tree
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Chamber update

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(A sailor’s) Home is where the Hearth is
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Getting through COVID-19
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After COVID-19: do we want to go back to “normal”?
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Goodbye from Blender Studios
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How fast is fast fashion?
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Short-stays in the aftermath of COVID-19
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Chamber Update - April 2018

28 Mar 2018

Firelight will be back, far bigger and better ...

We’ve started to hear the first plans for Firelight in 2018 and we are truly impressed.

We need all of our members and non-members to get on board and make the most of this event.

Personally, we are planning a massive blitz to highlight all our members and what they can offer leading into this event, but we need you to understand how you can make the most of it.

There were 30,000 pedestrian visitors over three nights in 2017 and we expect far more in 2018.

Don’t sit back, get the information first-hand and three months in advance by joining us on April 11 to hear from the event management team at the City of Melbourne.

When: April 11, 8.15am through to 10am

Where: Library at the Dock ­­– theatre room

RSVP is mandatory: (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

180 members and growing

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce has just passed through 180 active members and 150,000 followers on Facebook. We’re very proud to be representing the precinct and welcome new and old to all our events, digital assets and meetings.

Promoting our member businesses

We’ve continued our social media and website advertising for all our member businesses throughout March.

Did you know that as a member of the Docklands Chamber of Commerce we guarantee to spend at least your annual fee on advertising your business – so long as you can provide media of a suitable standard.

A post regarding Olympic ice skating champions Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel performing at a gala night on behalf of the O’Brien Group arena generated 1350 unique click-throughs to their booking page. Are you making the most of your membership?

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