We are the Night Time Industries Association

Check. Check. Check.

A campaign by the Night Time Industries Association

 

Check. Check. Check is a campaign to encourage patrons to comply with CovidSafe measures.

The Night Time Industries Association was originally established to champion Sydney’s night time economy. It then launched Keep Our Venues Alive when Covid hit. It’s now doing its bit to help the businesses that make Melbourne and Sydney vibrant cities, navigate the tough trading conditions imposed by the pandemic.

Campaign website.

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What is the vision of Sydney we want to work towards? Do we want a retirement village for young people? Or do we want a city that is vibrant, diverse, inclusive and inspiring?

— MICHAEL RODRIGUES

Dedicated to change

In 2018 The Night Time Industries Association originally launched to promote Sydney as a vibrant and creative city, and to build a new positive narrative for Sydney’s nightlife that includes:

  1. that Sydney is a fun and inspiring place to live, work and play;
  2. that Sydney’s nightlife contributes to the cultural value of the city; and
  3. nightlife stimulates creativity which is an important economic driver for NSW;

In March 2020 prompted by the impact of COVID-19 related physical distancing measures, the NTIA launched the Keep Our Venues Alive campaign which aims to mitigate the human impact on the hospitality sector (including venues and their supply chains), to help businesses in the sector trade to the best of their ability for so long as physical distancing measures prevail, and to position the sector for a rapid recovery as physical distancing abates.

Who we are

The Night Time Industries Association consists of: Hospitality (bars, pubs, clubs, restaurant); Entertainment venues; Festivals; Retail operators; Arts and Culture organisations; Precincts; Other Commercial Businesses with an interest in the Night time economy.

Chair
Justine Baker

Board
Lisa Havilah, Chief Executive, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
Greg Holland, CEO, Spirits & Cocktails Association
Emily Collins, Managing Director, Music NSW (Secretary)
Kylie Moncur, Chief Marketing Officer, Australian Venue Co.
Justine Baker, CEO, Solotel Group,
Rennie Addabbo, Managing Director Sonos Asia Growth Markets (Treasurer)
Kenny Graham, founder and owner, Mary’s Group.

Current Members

The NTIA has a growing national membership base. For membership enquiries, please email justine.baker@ntia.org.au

National

Hospitality Venues (NSW, VIC, TAS)

Arts

Community

Supporters

Join the Night Time
Industries Association

Night Time Industries Association is now open to members from across Sydney’s nightlife scene. We accept membership from individual and organisations from: Hospitality (bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants); Entertainment venues; Festivals; Retail operators; Arts and Culture organisations; Precincts; and other commercial businesses with an interest in the night time economy.

To apply for NTIA Membership, please download and complete the form below, before returning it to justine.baker@ntia.org.au

We understand the challenges facing SME Hospitality Businesses in particular at this time and thus we are offering a free membership through to 30 September 2020.

To apply, please download and complete the form below, before returning it to memberships@ntia.org.au

Contact the Night Time
Industries Association

Memberships

Justine Baker, Chair
Email: justine.baker@ntia.org.au

Media

Email: media@ntia.org.au

Acknowledgement of Country

Night Time Industries Association would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, and pay respects to the 29 clans of the Eora Nation. We pay respects to the Elders of the community and extend our recognition to their descendants.