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Considering a Town's Vitality and Making Sure It is Sustainable

Revive & Thrive

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)

Considering a Town's Vitality and Making Sure It is...

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Vibrancy, Vitality and How to Sustain Both In Your Town Centre

So you've fired some gusto and energy into your town centre, what do you have in place to ensure that this level of vibrancy is maintained?  Well, this is the theme of the first Revive & Thrive event of 2018.Revive & Thrive logo

But we're not leaving the conversation there, we will take a look at place marketing and what to do when it goes wrong. We will consider distinctiveness of a place and the Whitchurch story.

We'll also hear an inspirational story about how pop-up and online retail can change your life and enable you to give back.

We are grateful to our hosts Whitchurch Town Council and sponsor, City Dressing for enabling this event to take place and we hope that by the end of the day everyone will inspired to fill the gaps of vibrancy and sustainability that might exist in their place. 

Agenda

 
10.30 Registration and refreshments
 
11.00 Welcome to Whitchurch - Zoe Dean and Mark Barnes

11.10 Simon Quin of the Institute of Place Management - presenting IPM's recent research on Town Centre Vitality

11.30 Zoe Dean of Whitchurch Town Council - The Key to Success is Partnership

11.50 Break

12.05 Jeremy Rucker of City Dressing - interactive discussion "When Place Marketing goes wrong - overcoming negative perceptions"

12.30 Town Centre Audit Part One, Simon Quin - Setting the audit parameters

12.45 Break into groups for working lunch consisting of auditing Whitchurch Town Centre and networking. Lunch provided by City Dressing

13.45 Town Centre Audit Part Two, Simon Quin - Collating results and what we have learned

14.00 John Wood of Maybe XYZ - How measurement is driving valuable digital collaboration within towns and cities across the UK

14.20 Matthew Powell of Revive & Thrive - leading a panel discussion investigating the pros and cons of different place management models

14.50 Nicola Gleave, Founder WornByUs.Com - Changing your life through online and pop-up retail whilst giving something back. 

15.10 Summing up - Matthew Powell, Jeremy Rucker and Zoe Dean

15.20 Overview of Blachere Illumination £20,000 Christmas Light Competition - Mark Barnes

15.30 Close


This event includes a light lunch courtesy of City Dressing.

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Civic Centre
High Street SY13 1AX
SY13 1AX Whitchurch
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)


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Revive & Thrive Business Improvement, Town and Place Services

Revive & Thrive provides a number of services to town and centres and Business Improvement Districts, Town Centre Partnerships and all levels of Local Government.

Business Improvement Districts are just one area where Revive & Thriveare exceptionally experienced and successful and take them through all phases of their lives.

Revive & Thrive works with local organisations, Councils and BIDs on feasibility studies, ballot, implementation, delivery and re-ballot.

If a BID isn’t right for your place right now, Revive & Thrive will advise you on alternative models such as Town Centre Partnerships.

Revive & Thrive’s Place Magazine is for anyone interested in their towns and places.

Released electronically eachmonth for free download, Place Magazineshares great ideas and thought pieces to inspire people to get involved in their community and their places.

Perfect read for Business Improvement Districts, Councils, Towns Teams and Town Centre Partnerships

Place Magazine provides a forum for Councils, Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) and other organisations concerned with regeneration to share their ideas, discuss policies and learn from others too.

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Revive & Thrive provides a number of services to town and centres and Business Improvement Districts, Town Centre Partnerships and all levels of Local Government.

Business Improvement Districts are just one area where Revive & Thriveare exceptionally experienced and successful and take them through all phases of their lives.

Revive & Thrive works with local organisations, Councils and BIDs on feasibility studies, ballot, implementation, delivery and re-ballot.

If a BID isn’t right for your place right now, Revive & Thrive will advise you on alternative models such as Town Centre Partnerships.

Our Recruitment Service focuses on professionals who are experienced in BID, Town Centre and Place Management.  We ensure that you have choice when looking for your new recruit.

Revive & Thrive’s Membership has been completely overhauled for the start of 2018.  Our new subscriptions and memberships will make sure that you engage with other places and BIDs etc so that you can network and share ideas with others.

We provide fantastic opportunities for businesses who offer services and goods to town centres, Councils, BIDs etc to reach their customers.  We offer a specific membership to meet their needs.

Our Corporate Advocates enjoy access to all areas of Revive & Thrive and Place Magazine and are assured businesses endorsed by Revive & Thrive.


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