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Chamber Update - August 2019

30 Jul 2019

Bricks and Clicks

The Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC) is hosting a special presentation from David Koch’s media empire – Pinstripe Media.

The business lunch, to be held at Berth on August 16 will be all about capacity building, digital media, marketing, exposure and sustainability. The event is free for businesses to attend as it is proudly sponsored by the Docklands Chamber of Commerce.

Please check our website http://www.docklandscc.com.au for the news section or our destination website http://www.visitdocklands.com.au for ticket availability. The presentation includes a full business lunch at Berth.

Speed Networking

Our first speed networking event was a hit so we’re backing up in short succession. On August 21, we’ll again be hosting 50+ local businesses for a night of networking at Quest Newquay. Again, the night will be fully catered – beer, wine, sparkles and canapes from one of our member restaurants.

Tickets are already up on Eventbrite and both of our websites.

What next for the Docklands Chamber of Commerce?

Two years ago, we were asked to write a strategic plan for the City of Melbourne as to where we could see our chamber progressing. Key goals such as hosting in excess of 200 members, having a social media reach over 100,000 and having viable business events have already been achieved.

Our next major item is to bring permanent, world-class activation to Victoria Harbour. Melbourne is commonly named as the world’s most livable city, yet it pales in comparison to places like Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai or Miami when it comes to nightly events and entertainment based around the water.

The DCC has invested in a fully-fledged business case that we will shortly be sharing with all levels of government and the public. We hope you’ll follow the journey and believe in our harbour just like we do.

 

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