Support Victoria’s Independent Businesses With Click For Vic

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MELBOURNE | If you’re living in Victoria, you’ve probably heard about Visit Victoria‘s recently launched #clickforvic campaign. It’s been designed as a way to allow those in Australia, and even those overseas depending on the retailer, to support Victoria’s local businesses who are doing it tough in a year marked by bushfires and lockdowns. ⁣

The combined economic impact on business of these two things is huge. Estimated loss of visitor expenditure for 2020 is $22.3 billion, with $7.9 billion of that being in regional Victoria.

Many of Victoria’s local, independent businesses won’t survive this year unless we support them, and Click For Vic aims to make this easier for those who have the capacity it help. 

It’s an online directory featuring an assortment of Melbourne’s best restaurants, bars, and cafes, along with producers from across the state. Support the businesses you know and love, and explore some new products and experiences to enjoy at home.

And it’s not just the Click for Vic website either. Partners Providoor, Co-lab Pantry, and Victorian Country Market are all involved in making sure that as many businesses as possible can expand their reach.

It’s a great initiative, and I’ve it’s already got me buying even more local products than I was before through the awareness that it’s raised. Have you gotten involved with Click for Vic?

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