Sub-group & September Event Briefing- Retail, Restaurant & Evening Economy

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Join the September event and campaign briefing for retail, restaurants and hospitality businesses in Fitzrovia

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This briefing and meeting will now take place on Wednesday 28 July at 11am, so businesses can focus on adapting to the change in restrictions this week.

The September event and campaign briefing will address The Fitzrovia Partnership's plans to help activate the area, drive domestic visits and encourage local employees back to the office on a more regular basis.

This campaign and events are focussed on highlighting the fantastic and unique offerings in Fitzrovia to drive back footfall and extend dwell time. The campaign will position the area as a vibrant, creative and innovative Central London destination which is the home of homeware, food and drink, art, new retail opportunities and an expanding green infrastructure. It will boost our customer reach and generate a positive district profile.

The event will include in-store activities, food and drink stalls, live DJs, workshops and more, spread over two consecutive Thursdays, 9 and 16 September.

We will be joined by our partners, Creation Musical Services, for event details and how Fitzrovia Partnership member businesses can get involved.

Register your interest to be involved. You will be sent online meeting details via email

The meeting will take place virtually on Teams

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The Fitzrovia Partnership is a Business Improvement District (BID), a geographical area which the local businesses have voted to invest collectively in improving their environment. BIDs provide additional or improved services as identified and requested by local businesses. BIDs are business-led organisations funded by a mandatory levy on all eligible businesses following a successful ballot and operate for a maximum of five years within the legislative framework.

The Fitzrovia Partnership works with community groups, residents and the local authorities to deliver the key themes below identified by our members and set out in our business plan.

  • A Collective Voice
  • Reducing Business Costs
  • Supporting the Business Community
  • Marketing
  • Working Towards Sustainability
  • Increasing Safety and Security

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