Mainstreet SA has a new logo

Mainstreet SA has endorsed a new Stategic Plan and adopted a new logo that you'll see progressively rolloed out over the remainder of the year.  Algo Mas Graphic Designer Ryan Smith outlined the logo influences as follows:

“The new Mainstreet SA logo is designed to reflect the diversity and range of sectors that make a mainstreet great, and the diversity of people and organisations Mainstreet SA represent. This is achieved through the use of different colours coming together to form the street sign shape around the Mainstreet SA word mark. The logo shape also references a speech bubble to represent Mainstreet SA’s role in communicating knowledge and information, and in providing a communication link between people working in, and with, mainstreets.”

We think Ryan and the team at Algo Mas have done a stellar job! Watch out for a brand new website featuring this new design direction very soon.

Governance Event – Is Your Mainstreet Structured to Succeed?

Quality governance underpins successful outcomes. Whilst there isn't a single silver bullet for creating a successful mainstreet or precinct, it is easy to fail through poor systems and structures, a lack of role clarity and a misalignment with strategy.

Jeff Tate is a specialist in policy and strategy development, review and implementation, organisational alignment, partnering and relationships, governance, problem solving, leadership mentoring and coaching, and facilitation and negotiation. Jeff will provide us with the principles of good governance and then lead a panel discussion on this topic in the context of managing mainstreets.

This event on 6th June 2019  is a must-attend for mainstreet organisations, trader associations and local government staff who are grappling with governance.

To read more and to purchase tickets click here.

Market to Riverbank Walking Tour

Small Streets - Big Vision

Mainstreet SA Study Tours provide our attendees with comprehensive tours of newly redesigned and inspirational streets, precincts and town centres, complete with information about the vision, details of the implementation and practical advice to take away. Our next Study Tour will take us from Adelaide Central Market to the Riverbank, following the Market to Riverbank Link along Pitt Sreet, Bentham Street, Topham Mall, Leigh Street and Bank Street on Wednesday 22nd May 2019.

Purchase your tickets now here.