Councillor Simon Hou calls for Chinatown Adelaide marketing campaign

Coronavirus fears prompt Adelaide Chinatown marketing campaign

Councillor Simon Hou said more needed to be done to support local jobs and businesses. “Local businesses don’t need [us] to chat to them with some nice words and photos — when we talk about support we need to consider the money into it,” he said. “Over the last couple of months we are all aware that local businesses are suffering — things are really tough. “Many businesses need help with cash flow and I don’t believe rate relief is an option. “Businesses need more customers and that is something we must help them [with]. “Running a marketing campaign is actually what we need — we could bring more people back into the city and spend more money in the city.” The Chinatown Association of South Australia (CASA) urged councillors to consider infrastructure improvements in the area, as well as financial relief. Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor earlier said she was

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Chinatown seeks promotion fund

Adelaide’s Chinatown precinct has hit back at being excluded from tourism initiatives, calling on the city council to make the area a priority

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