Leading UK WiFi expert, 802 Event WiFi is delighted to announce the roll out of free WiFi in Alloa town centre.

The installation of 802 Intelligent WiFi is supported by Alloa Town Centre BID (Business Improvement District).

Supportive and Forward Thinking...

802 Event WiFi chief executive, Felix Gibson said ‘We are delighted to be working in conjunction with Alloa Town Centre BID. The Alloa BID team have been extremely supportive and forward thinking, recognising the positive outcomes Intelligent WiFi will deliver to the town in terms of social and economic benefits”.The move will also play a vital role in securing the future prosperity of Alloa, forging both local businesses and customers while redeveloping the town centre.

The Good, The Bad and The Intelligent...

The project in Alloa confirms and strengthens the company’s position as the market leader in Intelligent WiFi solutions. Whether in Glasgow’s new build RSNO, Perth Concert Hall, or sports venues like Hamilton Racecourse. 802 Event WiFi believe they can build on the success of other town centre installations in Milngavie and forthcoming Auchterarder and Cowdenbeath.

802 Event WiFi believe there’s three types of WiFi; good WiFi, bad WiFi and intelligent WiFi. In Alloa’s case, the Intelligent WiFi is specifically tailored to the town’s businesses, shops and restaurants. This digital platform allows direct engagement between customers and businesses which will enhance the shopping experience and provide important demographical and analytical information for business improvement.

Increasing Footfall and Dwell Time...

“Alloa BID recognise the huge benefits WiFi will bring to the Town Centre. Improved facilities will attract more people, increasing footfall and dwell time to improve economic growth.”
Andrew Mitchell: BID Manager

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