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Diane Wehrle presents at Canterbury BID AGM, 22nd May 2019

22 May 2019

We are delighted to be able to share Springboard’s insights on retail and high streets with those attending the Canterbury BID AGM.  There is a huge amount of change occurring in consumer behaviour and therefore in retail that inevitably means big changes are taking place in high streets. 

 

"By helping levy payers in Canterbury understand the extent and magnitude of these changes will provide the information they need to be able to future proof their businesses and therefore make the city centre more resilient.”

Diane Wehrle, Springboard Insights Director

 


 

Canterbury BID is a valued Springboard client and we've worked with Lucy since the beginning of 2018 to help them understand footfall in the town, and Diane has provided key insights around their data and performance. We're excited to present at their Annual Meeting and build on our relationship. 

The conference will cover:

  • The Year 3 (2016/17) accounts will be ratified and made available to levy payers,
  • We will present on progress over the first three years and what is planned for the future, with time for Q&A, 
  • There will be two presentations – one by Dr Julie Grail, one of the UK’s leading experts on BIDs and city and town centres on BIDs, and Stephanie Kerr from BID Leamington. 

Find out more about the conference on their website, here: 

https://www.canterburybid.co.uk/

 

If you would like to speak to Diane, and hear more about the changing high street and the impact of BIDs on footfall and businesses, email diane.wehrle@spring-board.info 

 

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