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Re-inventing Central Launceston: Creating a vibrant and thriving regional city

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Grimmer, L, Re-inventing Central Launceston: Creating a vibrant and thriving regional city, Academy Gallery, School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, 1 November 2017 (2017) [Media Interview]

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Abstract

Launcestonís central city is changing in response to a combination of global and local trends. Under the overall banner of the Launceston City Deal, a number of initiatives over the next few years provide the opportunity to guide the CBD away from business-as-usual to become a more vibrant and productive regional centre.

This forum brings together practitioners from business/retail, arts/culture, build environment/design, and education systems to discuss the future of the central city, examine the global trends and local initiatives that are driving change, and establish a vision of what it might be possible to create.

Panellists:

Natalie De Vito, Consultant to the arts and cultural sector, co-creator and former Director of the Junction Arts Festival

Professor Michael Keniger, Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University

Dr Louise Grimmer, Lecturer in Marketing, Retail Researcher and Founder and Convener of the Tasmanian Retail Network

Professor David Adams, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Community Partnerships and Regional Development, University of Tasmania

Facilitator: Andrew Pitt, Neil Pittís Menswear, Chair of Cityprom and University of Tasmania

Item Details

Item Type:Media Interview
Keywords:Retail; Small Business; Trends; Technology
Research Division:Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Research Group:Marketing
Research Field:Marketing Communications
Objective Division:Commercial Services and Tourism
Objective Group:Property, Business Support Services and Trade
Objective Field:Wholesale and Retail Trade
Author:Grimmer, L (Dr Louise Grimmer)
ID Code:122668
Year Published:2017
Deposited By:Tasmanian School of Business and Economics
Deposited On:2017-11-22
Last Modified:2017-12-06
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