Australia’s biggest night time shopping event returns to Sydney with 600 retailers and 190,000 shoppers.
Pitching and networking opportunities for small business.
Live music and well-behaved venues should be exempt.
Avoiding the pitfalls of success.
More retail opportunities are being created on one of Sydney’s most pedetrianised streets after property firm Fife Capital Group was given development approval by the City of Sydney for its proposed commercial and residential project at 383 George Stree
To help revive what was once a popular strip shopping location in Sydney, the City of Sydney has been running a program to allow 'pop-up' style retailers to make use of the vacant lots.
City of Sydney partnered with a group of TAFE students seeking commercial experience as an initiative to rejuvenate the retail scene of Sydney's Redfern.
Retail destination The Queen Victoria Building has been recognised with an Honouree Award at the VIVA Best of the Best Awards held in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The City of Sydney is endorsing this as part of the Finegrain Business Development Match Grant program that will replace the city’s Laneways Business Development Program.
Retail outlets, museums and art galleries are being asked to stay open till late as part of this initiative. The policy will also cover issues from better transport options to safer pubs and clubs.
The panel comprises of 17 businesses and stakeholders, from Westfield, David Jones and Tourism NSW.
A water feature, drinking fountains and a stream of light flowing the full length of Pitt St Mall are part of a major refurbishment for Sydney's premiere shopping destination.