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Case Studies

Chicago Loop Alliance

Chicago Loop Alliance

With seven Springboard counters along State Street and multiple countlines monitored, the Chicago Loop Alliance has the highest concentration of Springboard visitor count lines in one location.
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Downtown Santa Monica

Downtown Santa Monica

Downtown Santa Monica Springboard has been working with Downtown Santa Monica since 2016 to monitor visitor behaviour within its busy retail district. Our approach Downtown Santa Monica has used visitor data...
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Times Square Alliance

Times Square Alliance

Springboard counts in Times Square from 33-stories high. That's 7 people per second, 24 hours a day. Averaging 206,000,000 counts per year.
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Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership

Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership

Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership provides operational services covering security, street cleanliness and maintenance alongside a hospitality programme. Our approach...
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Manchester BID

Manchester BID

Manchester BID looks after over 400 consumer-facing businesses in the area – formed in 2013 the BID aimed to regenerate the city using footfall as a key performance indicator. After the riots, the BID worked with retailers in Manchester to rebuild the shopping centre and high street, encouraging footfall with seasonal events.
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Rotherham

Rotherham

Rotherham Local Authority has been collecting footfall data with Springboard since 2003, and continues to monitor this in the town centre. Insight from the data collected has enabled Rotherham to strengthen retail and leisure offer, drive footfall and bring back customers lost to other shopping centres nearby.
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Bournemouth, UK

Bournemouth, UK

Bournemouth Town Centre BID started in 2012 and are currently in their second five-year term. One of two BIDs in the Bournemouth area, they focus on Bournemouth town centre.
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Croydon, UK

Croydon, UK

Croydon Business Improvement District (BID) strives to develop Croydon Town Centre and maximise its potential as an attractive space for its employees, residents and visitors. The BIDs team are driven by outputs and determined to deliver for their 545 members, day in and day out.
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Maidenhead

Maidenhead

Maidenhead Springboard data showed which events are likely to attract more visitors into the town and which weren’t as popular. As a direct result of Maidenhead having access to footfall data they now run...
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