Our Chair Brandon Martignago will be hosting this event.
Speaking with Chris Lomas, Business Concierge with Service NSW and Tony MacGregor from the City of Sydney about recovery plans post-lockdown including the Alfresco dining program and other council initiatives.
If you’re running a local business in 2011 we’d like to hear from you. The Potts Point Partnership is conducting a short 3-minute survey about how local businesses are planning to do business in 2011 in the future. We would also like your opinion about some local and emerging issues in the business environment. If…Read more
We would like to announce that Potts Point Partnership has renewed our alliance with the NSW business chamber – Business NSW. This means that as a member you gain a few extra benefits from this partnership including the following: – Free Workplace, Legal and Marketing Advice Line Calls – up to 3 calls across these…Read more
The Potts Point Partnership invites you to our second networking event for 2021.
This is your chance to meet other local business owners and operators, professionals and freelancers to network, chat and exchange ideas, opportunities and catch-up on what is happening in the Potts Point precinct.
The Potts Point Partnership is delighted to invite you to join us for a celebration of International Women’s Week at a special networking breakfast. Joining us for the morning will be several influential and dynamic women from the worlds of media, entertainment and women’s activism, presented by our MC Romany Brooks of Bresic Whitney. Our charity for the event is Lou’s Place on Victoria Street, Potts Point. Started in 1999 at a terrace in Kings Cross, Lou’s Place is a unique, community-based refuge for women in crisis, feeling isolated or needing support.Read more
Shop Late Series in Potts Point Night one: October 29th – (Has now taken place) Night two: November 26th from 5pm Night three: December 17th from 5pm Starting tomorrow night, Thursday 29 October 2020, Potts Point and Kings will glow as local businesses team up in a collaborative night-time economy trading campaign called Potts Point…Read more
PPP expresses concern for perception of locality and for business success in Kings Cross PPP welcomes strong changes to ID scanners, tourism funding and noise complaints. After five years of lock-out laws with the cessation of alcohol sales at 3am impacting the Kings Cross precinct, the golden mile has been transformed. Our area is safer,…Read more
In 2016, Our board called for a review to the NSW government into the lock-out laws. Finally, in 2019 the NSW government set-up a panel to review these laws that have impacted our business precinct since 2013. Here you will find attached our submission. 20190628 Potts Point Partnership Submission.Read more
After five years of transformation in our precinct we welcome a serious review into the current status of the lock-out laws which must prioritise business flourishing and respect resident amenity. The Potts Point Partnership also calls on the Berejiklian State Government to immediately remove ID scanners that are inhibiting all types of businesses with alcohol…Read more