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How to bring the creative and cultural vibe back to your city, town or region - Shared screen with speaker view
Wendy Perry
18:23
Have you been to the Adelaide Central Market?
Wendy Perry
18:30
What is your go to place?
Wendy Perry
19:09
Please feel free to use the chat box for any questions, comments and suggestions
Kerstin von Shearing
23:24
Love the markets when I'm in town. The Health Food Shop in the arcade was my go to place.
Wendy Perry
23:54
Beach is often a go to...
sandramontgomerie
24:40
Love zero plastic items from the field and the peoples market port Adelaide. Love being in the open air vibrancy this market too and the outer harbour markets.
Kristen Taylor
25:07
I am from Adelaide, I have lived there all my life... I moved to Melbourne last year.The Central markets are a haven but I also love Rundle Street, its such a vibrant street with "cool kid" shops and trendy cafes and restaurants.
Wendy Perry
25:44
Agree Kristen
Wendy Perry
26:06
What is the role that you have in public spaces and places?
sandramontgomerie
27:26
Positivity,bringing lightness, hopefulness and thinking out of the box, how can we share and serve fully and intentionally, yes invest and connect deliberately. To see the positives and the accidental thriving from Covid
Kristen Taylor
28:30
Marketing Coordinator for Activity Centres in Economic Development team at City of Monash, VIC
Heather Falckh
29:07
I often review local Government services
tianna hendy
29:12
Economic Development and Tourism officer, Buloke Shire Council victoria
Cathie Trezona
29:25
Live in Stirling and work with the Stirling Business Association and Mainstreet SA
Green Ipad
29:34
Sophia Herrington from the Boort Resource Centre that is also a Neighbourhood House. We offer rooms for hire to health professionals, business people, IT support, Library Space is also part of the building.
Kerstin von Shearing
29:37
A facilitator of bringing community together through interactive, fun creative and improvisational activities.
Wendy Perry
37:58
https://www.wellbeingandresilience.com/
Wendy Perry
45:00
What are people experiencing now in your city, region or location... seems here in Adelaide tentative opening up in the CBD and suburbs. A number of councils and main streets are looking at attraction strategies that crosses over economic development, entrepreneurship, arts, culture, events, community etc. Keen to hear about ways that you are supporting business and community where you are.
Wendy Perry
45:09
Love the Local and Loyal
sandramontgomerie
46:31
Love the passport idea
trish hansen
46:47
See Totally Locally https://totallylocally.org/
sandramontgomerie
47:53
Seeing less connection in our area. In my area would love to launch footsteps trail program o honour the heritage of the area and connect the community and the shared community spaces and areas.
Wendy Perry
48:36
great idea @Sandra and could fit well with the History Festival into the future
Kerstin von Shearing
50:13
Our local Arts and Culture Advisory Group connected to council will fold in October, due to the cancellation of our part time A & C co-ordinator. How do we continue as a group without a direct link into council?
Joanne
50:21
here on the Fleurieu seeing a lot of collaboration ie Tea - Pottery - Essential oils promoting teapot, tea, calming oils. Market stall holders going online and posting what they are doing with delivery
sandramontgomerie
50:24
thats why I was thinking thanks Wendy
Wendy Perry
51:44
https://www.urbanmind.studio/ for the cultural compass once published
Cathie Trezona
52:31
In Stirling we have lots of local independent businesses so we try to publish blogs about the business owners and give the community the opportunity to get to know the traders better. Obviously it's all about building loyalty.
Heather Falckh
53:38
What about purpose? Is that important?
Wendy Perry
53:40
Yes is anyone exploring something like a structured loyalty scheme? Often markets have this type approach so wondering about broader businesses being involved
Wendy Perry
54:28
Purpose could be at the heart of this wheel perhaps Heather?
sandramontgomerie
54:49
Want to approach previous customers with a loyalty thank you scheme, still nutting it out. World Environment Day this Friday too.
Cathie Trezona
55:12
Exploring B2B loyalty for our businesses. Consumer loyalty not so much for Stirling demographic.
Kerstin von Shearing
55:15
Looking at collaborations for building wellbeing and creativity in community and organisations?
sandramontgomerie
55:25
Purpose part of meaning too in vibe
Heather Falckh
55:44
Purpose could be linked to all facets
sandramontgomerie
55:52
Im interested in the same Kerstin
sandramontgomerie
56:43
Love this slide
sandramontgomerie
57:42
Ive been approaching businesses that can refer to and provide customer discount for connecting
Wendy Perry
57:43
What are you seeing in terms the risk appetite?
Wendy Perry
59:22
Balance of letting things emerge and taking their due course, alongside helping with practical needs right now is interesting...
tianna hendy
01:00:52
has anyone had experience with community gift cards or spending schemes? have had an enquiry from one of my chamber of commerce leaders wanting to have town based equivalent of Visa gift cards to promote spending within communities - currently legislation in place here in Victoria preventing this exact idea
Heather Falckh
01:03:04
Objectives need to be clear and then performance indicators need to be aligned
Kate
01:05:45
Thanks for raising this about the changing models of working together that share power. Agree this is an exciting time. my questions are around how to develop impact measurement models that correspond:)
Kate
01:06:22
And hi to all... sorry I joined late so just warming up but great session
sandramontgomerie
01:09:00
interesting
sandramontgomerie
01:10:38
Be good to get depth of qualitative impact
trish hansen
01:11:50
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/regenerate-session-1-urban-and-regional-resilience-with-maree-grenfell-tickets-105757136442?aff=erelexpmlt
cherierowett
01:13:20
Brilliant topic - thanks so much everyone and particularly to Trish
Kristen Taylor
01:13:42
Thank you Wendy and Trish. It was lovely to chat with you all.
Heather Falckh
01:13:46
Thank you, very interesting
Kerstin von Shearing
01:13:57
Thank you Trish and everyone. Very valuable.
tianna hendy
01:14:00
thank you wendy and trish
Joanne
01:14:00
gratitude all