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  • Chippenham town centre strides into the digital age!

    Chippenham town centre is now at the forefront of digital age marketing and connectivity with free town WiFi; a dedicated Chippenham Connected app; and a comprehensive new website that offers news and listings of events and businesses. The new facilities are thanks to the Chippenham Business Improvement District (BID) which has been tasked with improving the attractiveness of the town for businesses and visitors and which has fully funded the WiFi and App developed and managed by Digital High Street specialists ElephantWiFi, and website.

    “This is a very exciting time for Chippenham,” explains Melody Thompson, Chair of the BID board. “The WiFi is free for use by all visitors, shoppers, traders and workers within the town centre and will encourage users to browse the new Chippenham Connected website and app to get full details of what’s on and where, including offers and promotions from retailers and businesses.

    “We have taken an approach that ensures our town centre marketing is fully integrated, and the Chippenham Connected brand name perfectly sums up this way of thinking. The app and website brings together events and the business community into a single online resource and will be the first point of call for anyone who needs to know what’s going on; information about Chippenham and the surrounding area; or who wants to find a particular business. Meanwhile, the free WiFi access ensures people can remain ‘plugged in’ to these new resources while they are visiting the town.

    “Mobile Internet is now hugely popular and will continue to grow, so our solution is future-proof and is the best way to serve the town and the business community. The app even features a loyalty scheme which allows users to build up points in some of their favourite retailers. The important thing now is that businesses engage with the website and app and make sure their details are listed and up-to-date. Similarly, people or organisations organising events should make sure they add them to the website.”

    To access the free WiFi visitors to the town centre should look for the WiFi name ‘Free-Chip-Wifi’ on their mobile phone, tablet or laptop. The Chippenham Connected Town App is free to download and is available for both Android and Apple devices. To visit the new website go to www.chippenhamconnected.com

  • Karen Wild

    SURFING the web will soon be a lot easier after plans to install free WiFi in Stratford town centre were revealed.

    BID manager Karen Wild said the move had been backed by the majority of town centre businesses and would allow people to embrace the ‘digital age.’

    It means everyone from business to shoppers and tourists to visitors to the town will be able to get online for free.

    Karen said: “We carried out a survey in August and 85 per cent said they would like BID to invest in town-wide free WiFi.

    “Such a scheme will bring obvious positives to the many thousands who visit our town whether it’s on business, part of a leisure break or on a shopping trip.

    “The service will also be a boost to shops and businesses in Stratford as it will provide information on those using the WiFi, allowing traders to see key statistics including how long people stay in town and how often they visit.

    “In addition, it will allow Stratforward to message users about various upcoming events and promotions to keep visitors up-to-date with the latest information.

    “These messages will be scheduled, however to make sure users aren’t bombarded with information and they will have the option to opt out of the service.”

    The system, which went live in November 2015, will be installed by Midlands-based ElephantWiFi. The company has already worked with Warwickshire County Council, Rugby Borough Council and Rugby First – setting up free town WiFi throughout Rugby town centre to coincide with the Rugby World Cup.

    The project will also be supported financially by Warwickshire County Council, which is looking to roll out ElephantWiFi across the county’s main town centres.

    County Council leader Izzi Seccombe said: “The introduction of free and fast public access WiFi is about equipping our town centres with the technology infrastructure for the future.

    “The way we use our town centres is changing and we recognize visitors want to browse the internet, use email and social media while they are going about their business.

    “By embracing this trend, we can help to enhance the visitor experience in the town centre, which means they will want to spend longer there and this in turn will not only make our town centres more vibrant but also, more economically viable.”

  • Michael Beirne

    To be completed

  • Jonathan White

    To be completed

  • Catherine Marks

    To be completed

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  • Chippenham town centre strides into the digital age!

    Chippenham town centre is now at the forefront of digital age marketing and connectivity with free town WiFi; a dedicated Chippenham Connected app; and a comprehensive new website that offers news and listings of events and businesses. The new facilities are thanks to the Chippenham Business Improvement District (BID) which has been tasked with improving the attractiveness of the town for businesses and visitors and which has fully funded the WiFi and App developed and managed by Digital High Street specialists ElephantWiFi, and website.

    “This is a very exciting time for Chippenham,” explains Melody Thompson, Chair of the BID board. “The WiFi is free for use by all visitors, shoppers, traders and workers within the town centre and will encourage users to browse the new Chippenham Connected website and app to get full details of what’s on and where, including offers and promotions from retailers and businesses.

    “We have taken an approach that ensures our town centre marketing is fully integrated, and the Chippenham Connected brand name perfectly sums up this way of thinking. The app and website brings together events and the business community into a single online resource and will be the first point of call for anyone who needs to know what’s going on; information about Chippenham and the surrounding area; or who wants to find a particular business. Meanwhile, the free WiFi access ensures people can remain ‘plugged in’ to these new resources while they are visiting the town.

    “Mobile Internet is now hugely popular and will continue to grow, so our solution is future-proof and is the best way to serve the town and the business community. The app even features a loyalty scheme which allows users to build up points in some of their favourite retailers. The important thing now is that businesses engage with the website and app and make sure their details are listed and up-to-date. Similarly, people or organisations organising events should make sure they add them to the website.”

    To access the free WiFi visitors to the town centre should look for the WiFi name ‘Free-Chip-Wifi’ on their mobile phone, tablet or laptop. The Chippenham Connected Town App is free to download and is available for both Android and Apple devices. To visit the new website go to www.chippenhamconnected.com

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    Karen Wild

    SURFING the web will soon be a lot easier after plans to install free WiFi in Stratford town centre were revealed.

    BID manager Karen Wild said the move had been backed by the majority of town centre businesses and would allow people to embrace the ‘digital age.’

    It means everyone from business to shoppers and tourists to visitors to the town will be able to get online for free.

    Karen said: “We carried out a survey in August and 85 per cent said they would like BID to invest in town-wide free WiFi.

    “Such a scheme will bring obvious positives to the many thousands who visit our town whether it’s on business, part of a leisure break or on a shopping trip.

    “The service will also be a boost to shops and businesses in Stratford as it will provide information on those using the WiFi, allowing traders to see key statistics including how long people stay in town and how often they visit.

    “In addition, it will allow Stratforward to message users about various upcoming events and promotions to keep visitors up-to-date with the latest information.

    “These messages will be scheduled, however to make sure users aren’t bombarded with information and they will have the option to opt out of the service.”

    The system, which went live in November 2015, will be installed by Midlands-based ElephantWiFi. The company has already worked with Warwickshire County Council, Rugby Borough Council and Rugby First – setting up free town WiFi throughout Rugby town centre to coincide with the Rugby World Cup.

    The project will also be supported financially by Warwickshire County Council, which is looking to roll out ElephantWiFi across the county’s main town centres.

    County Council leader Izzi Seccombe said: “The introduction of free and fast public access WiFi is about equipping our town centres with the technology infrastructure for the future.

    “The way we use our town centres is changing and we recognize visitors want to browse the internet, use email and social media while they are going about their business.

    “By embracing this trend, we can help to enhance the visitor experience in the town centre, which means they will want to spend longer there and this in turn will not only make our town centres more vibrant but also, more economically viable.”

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    Michael Beirne

    To be completed

  • Hinckley
    Jonathan White

    To be completed

  • Warwickshire
    Catherine Marks

    To be completed

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Chippenham town centre strides into the digital age!

Chippenham town centre is now at the forefront of digital age marketing and connectivity with free town WiFi; a dedicated Chippenham Connected app; and a comprehensive new website that offers news and listings of events and businesses. The new facilities are thanks to the Chippenham Business Improvement District (BID) which has been tasked with improving the attractiveness of the town for businesses and visitors and which has fully funded the WiFi and App developed and managed by Digital High Street specialists ElephantWiFi, and website.

“This is a very exciting time for Chippenham,” explains Melody Thompson, Chair of the BID board. “The WiFi is free for use by all visitors, shoppers, traders and workers within the town centre and will encourage users to browse the new Chippenham Connected website and app to get full details of what’s on and where, including offers and promotions from retailers and businesses.

“We have taken an approach that ensures our town centre marketing is fully integrated, and the Chippenham Connected brand name perfectly sums up this way of thinking. The app and website brings together events and the business community into a single online resource and will be the first point of call for anyone who needs to know what’s going on; information about Chippenham and the surrounding area; or who wants to find a particular business. Meanwhile, the free WiFi access ensures people can remain ‘plugged in’ to these new resources while they are visiting the town.

“Mobile Internet is now hugely popular and will continue to grow, so our solution is future-proof and is the best way to serve the town and the business community. The app even features a loyalty scheme which allows users to build up points in some of their favourite retailers. The important thing now is that businesses engage with the website and app and make sure their details are listed and up-to-date. Similarly, people or organisations organising events should make sure they add them to the website.”

To access the free WiFi visitors to the town centre should look for the WiFi name ‘Free-Chip-Wifi’ on their mobile phone, tablet or laptop. The Chippenham Connected Town App is free to download and is available for both Android and Apple devices. To visit the new website go to www.chippenhamconnected.com

Chippenham

SURFING the web will soon be a lot easier after plans to install free WiFi in Stratford town centre were revealed.

BID manager Karen Wild said the move had been backed by the majority of town centre businesses and would allow people to embrace the ‘digital age.’

It means everyone from business to shoppers and tourists to visitors to the town will be able to get online for free.

Karen said: “We carried out a survey in August and 85 per cent said they would like BID to invest in town-wide free WiFi.

“Such a scheme will bring obvious positives to the many thousands who visit our town whether it’s on business, part of a leisure break or on a shopping trip.

“The service will also be a boost to shops and businesses in Stratford as it will provide information on those using the WiFi, allowing traders to see key statistics including how long people stay in town and how often they visit.

“In addition, it will allow Stratforward to message users about various upcoming events and promotions to keep visitors up-to-date with the latest information.

“These messages will be scheduled, however to make sure users aren’t bombarded with information and they will have the option to opt out of the service.”

The system, which went live in November 2015, will be installed by Midlands-based ElephantWiFi. The company has already worked with Warwickshire County Council, Rugby Borough Council and Rugby First – setting up free town WiFi throughout Rugby town centre to coincide with the Rugby World Cup.

The project will also be supported financially by Warwickshire County Council, which is looking to roll out ElephantWiFi across the county’s main town centres.

County Council leader Izzi Seccombe said: “The introduction of free and fast public access WiFi is about equipping our town centres with the technology infrastructure for the future.

“The way we use our town centres is changing and we recognize visitors want to browse the internet, use email and social media while they are going about their business.

“By embracing this trend, we can help to enhance the visitor experience in the town centre, which means they will want to spend longer there and this in turn will not only make our town centres more vibrant but also, more economically viable.”

Karen Wild

To be completed

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  • Chippenham town centre strides into the digital age!

    Chippenham town centre is now at the forefront of digital age marketing and connectivity with free town WiFi; a dedicated Chippenham Connected app; and a comprehensive new website that offers news and listings of events and businesses. The new facilities are thanks to the Chippenham Business Improvement District (BID) which has been tasked with improving the attractiveness of the town for businesses and visitors and which has fully funded the WiFi and App developed and managed by Digital High Street specialists ElephantWiFi, and website.

    “This is a very exciting time for Chippenham,” explains Melody Thompson, Chair of the BID board. “The WiFi is free for use by all visitors, shoppers, traders and workers within the town centre and will encourage users to browse the new Chippenham Connected website and app to get full details of what’s on and where, including offers and promotions from retailers and businesses.

    “We have taken an approach that ensures our town centre marketing is fully integrated, and the Chippenham Connected brand name perfectly sums up this way of thinking. The app and website brings together events and the business community into a single online resource and will be the first point of call for anyone who needs to know what’s going on; information about Chippenham and the surrounding area; or who wants to find a particular business. Meanwhile, the free WiFi access ensures people can remain ‘plugged in’ to these new resources while they are visiting the town.

    “Mobile Internet is now hugely popular and will continue to grow, so our solution is future-proof and is the best way to serve the town and the business community. The app even features a loyalty scheme which allows users to build up points in some of their favourite retailers. The important thing now is that businesses engage with the website and app and make sure their details are listed and up-to-date. Similarly, people or organisations organising events should make sure they add them to the website.”

    To access the free WiFi visitors to the town centre should look for the WiFi name ‘Free-Chip-Wifi’ on their mobile phone, tablet or laptop. The Chippenham Connected Town App is free to download and is available for both Android and Apple devices. To visit the new website go to www.chippenhamconnected.com

  • Karen Wild

    Bid Manager

    SURFING the web will soon be a lot easier after plans to install free WiFi in Stratford town centre were revealed.

    BID manager Karen Wild said the move had been backed by the majority of town centre businesses and would allow people to embrace the ‘digital age.’

    It means everyone from business to shoppers and tourists to visitors to the town will be able to get online for free.

    Karen said: “We carried out a survey in August and 85 per cent said they would like BID to invest in town-wide free WiFi.

    “Such a scheme will bring obvious positives to the many thousands who visit our town whether it’s on business, part of a leisure break or on a shopping trip.

    “The service will also be a boost to shops and businesses in Stratford as it will provide information on those using the WiFi, allowing traders to see key statistics including how long people stay in town and how often they visit.

    “In addition, it will allow Stratforward to message users about various upcoming events and promotions to keep visitors up-to-date with the latest information.

    “These messages will be scheduled, however to make sure users aren’t bombarded with information and they will have the option to opt out of the service.”

    The system, which went live in November 2015, will be installed by Midlands-based ElephantWiFi. The company has already worked with Warwickshire County Council, Rugby Borough Council and Rugby First – setting up free town WiFi throughout Rugby town centre to coincide with the Rugby World Cup.

    The project will also be supported financially by Warwickshire County Council, which is looking to roll out ElephantWiFi across the county’s main town centres.

    County Council leader Izzi Seccombe said: “The introduction of free and fast public access WiFi is about equipping our town centres with the technology infrastructure for the future.

    “The way we use our town centres is changing and we recognize visitors want to browse the internet, use email and social media while they are going about their business.

    “By embracing this trend, we can help to enhance the visitor experience in the town centre, which means they will want to spend longer there and this in turn will not only make our town centres more vibrant but also, more economically viable.”

  • Michael Beirne

    Town Manager

    To be completed

  • Jonathan White

    Bid Manager

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  • Catherine Marks

    Economic Growth - Project Manager

    To be completed