Support for your business.
Support for you.
A business network for postcode 3000, funded by The City of Melbourne.
During November, navigate your way through the CBD and visit participating local businesses for your chance to win some awesome prizes.
Participate in events and experiences across the city hosted by small businesses.
Opportunities for your business:
Through businesses such as yours, we are still crowdsourcing events, activations, experiences, and special offers from across our members, the small businesses across postcode 3000. This collaborative campaign is designed to promote your business and drive customers to you. Join City Precinct to have your business represented.
Become a member. Enjoy the perks.
Collaborative Marketing campaigns
Our members are
Some Good Words
The networking and support have been valuable to the success of my business. This support includes a promotional video, Google Business assistance, accounting advice, legal advice, and a great photoshoot. The City Precinct is a great investment for small businesses.
I have made some fantastic connections after joining The City Precinct. The social events are a great way to meet my fellow traders, and explore some interesting venues. I would highly recommend joining The City Precinct.
Join us at one of our upcoming events; from social catchups, workshops and guest speakers. Perfect for networking and growing your business.
Meet the Committee
Meet the business owners that form our committee.
From The Blog
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