Citizen Engagement Part 1: Flexible citizen friendly tools
Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council in the UK shares their use case with Bang the Table's EngagementHQ for creative and meaningful engagement during the pandemic and beyond.
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Cheshire West and Chester Council, GB
In Part 1 of the series, I have the pleasure of chatting with Anna Miller and Beverly Wilson from Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council. We'll dive into their approach to citizen engagement with Jonathan Bradley, who joins us from Bang the Table. Together, we'll learn about what made the council pick Bang the Table's Engagement HQ to deliver more flexible citizen friendly tools for engagement and what you should know as well in your search for a vendor.
In this short series, we’re talking all about Citizen Engagement. I’ll be highlighting some of the innovators in local government leveraging available tools to better engage with the communities they serve.
Our goal is to expose more local governments to the tools available to help by efficiently providing useful information about some of the leading products out there. We’d love it if you could spend less time finding and researching products and hopefully get to launching your digital efforts to engage with your residents more quickly. Stay tuned for more episodes on leading citizen engagement tools and the innovators in local government putting their products to use.
You can listen to the full episode or learn more about innovative strategies local governments around the world are taking to navigate new digital tools, better engage with the breadth of their constituency and more on the Govlaunch Podcast.