Timeout | 15 March, 2022
On Friday, 4th of March, in partnership with The Sydney Fringe and the City of Sydney, we hosted the ‘NTIA X Fringe Recovery Brunch’ at The Famous Spiegeltent in The Rocks. More than 80 of Sydney’s arts, culture, property and hospitality sector heavyweights joined forces to strategize the future of our Night Time industries.
Timeout Magazine, who were in attendance at the event, chatted with our Chair, Justine Baker
…Solving complex problems takes true collaboration and inclusion. The NTIA gathered stakeholders from the arts, music, hospitality, policy, accommodation, festivals, tourism, associations, beverage, government, property and media sectors to workshop key issues surrounding the recovery of our nightlife,” Baker said. “The output will be distilled into a concise action plan that the NTIA will lead in collaboration with our members and other key players. It’s time to shake the risk-conscious thinking that was critical to our survival over the last two years, and re-engage audiences and teams to work together to build a safe, vibrant, exciting and sustainable future.”
We asked our stakeholders to come with bold, brave ideas across a number of topics: creative infrastructure, world premiers, confidence, facilitating culture, generational opportunities, stakeholder communication, new business models and how the media can help… And oh, did they deliver!
Read the full article here.