Think Local Act Local
Patience, resilience and local sustenance
For two decades our economy has thrived dependant on global markets though this no longer applies as our economy and society reform and consolidate during these unprecedented times. From Sydney’s CBD to outer suburbs and regional NSW, the focus to ‘think local and act local’ will be essential to rebuild the economy through local tourism, place making, education and the local production of goods and services.
As we slowly pivot towards a new society, multi-level Government leadership and support will be integral towards providing the frameworks, resources and vision towards this creation of a new local economy. Haymarket precinct's diverse and unique culture represents many wide -ranging diverse businesses, places and services and with plans to reform and reinvigorate this cultural precinct we look forward to Haymarket flourishing again. Featuring HCC President Simon Chan, see below a recent media story covering the impact and status of Chinatown businesses.
A positive and recent example of the emerging local market is the Chinese Garden of Friendship’s careful re-opening that has attracted a steep rise of NSW visitors who have both reinvigorated and enjoyed this important cultural destination that reflects the harmony Sydney has had for more than 30 years with Guangzhou and China.
Chinese Garden of Friendship
becoming one of NSW's leading destinations.