SHAPE THE FUTURE OF TORONTO'S SOCIAL EXPERIENCE AND NIGHTLIFE

 

All project participants WERE invited to attend a 90 minute presentation on nightlife trends, best practices and the state-of-the-art in planning and management approaches. Input will set priorities for discussion during focus group Roundtables.

TORONTO'S PROJECT LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBERS welcomed participants and outlined expectations and milestones for the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experts in nighttime economy management served as faculty and joined Toronto leaders in a presentation to lay the foundation for a series of strategic sessions.

ORIENTATION HIGHLIGHTS | Opening session for all participants

Zaib Shaikh
Film Commissioner & Director of Entertainment Industries
Economic Development & Culture
City of Toronto

Amy Terrill
Executive Vice President
Music Canada

Jocelyn Kane
Former Executive Director
San Francisco Entertainment Commission
PRESENTATION

Jim Peters
President
Responsible Hospitality Institute
PRESENTATION

Paul Seres
Founding Trustee
New York City Hospitality Alliance
PRESENTATION

SEMINARS FOR PLANNING, SAFETY AND VIBRANCY

TEAM MEMBERS ATTENDED two-hour seminar and received technical training on trends, issues and strategies for nightlife planning and management.

PLAN FOR PEOPLE
PLAN FOR PEOPLE
SMART GROWTH PLANNING for the nightlife culture requires foresight and infrastructure with an expanded focus on how people use a mixed-use hospitality zone at different times of day and for different purposes.
ASSURE SAFETY
ASSURE SAFETY
ASSURING NIGHTTIME SAFETY requires systems to prevent crime and disorder in public space and in private venues. This requires a continuum of partnerships. Police, fire, private security, venue management, staff and district ambassadors all have a role to play to create a welcome and safe social environment for residents and visitors.
ENHANCE VIBRANCY
ENHANCE VIBRANCY
VIBRANCY IN HOSPITALITY ZONES can be enhanced by creating a seamless flow of social experiences in public and private spaces—from sidewalk cafes and buskers to live entertainment in restaurants, bars and clubs.

 

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