WI-FI is a 21st century utility and essential for a Scottish Town to compete with large cities or even on the global stage.

Today, every outlying community and suburban areas should expect to access dependable Superfast broadband as a standard utility. Also, expect to access public WiFi that is reliable, secure and that’s Free. However, many communities suffer broken promises and face disappointment from the big telecoms providers, again and again.

The solution is that grassroots decision makers take matters into their own hands.  Local community partnerships are now joining forces with alternative low cost providers such as 802 works, a Scottish based company to enforce change themselves.

The Auchterarder Community Partnership took ownership, nothing could stop them.

As a community the people of Auchterarder embraced a digital transformation, talked to the experts that delivered digital change place practically overnight.  Now it has a vibrant high street with a thriving economy and re-connected community. 

Here’s 5 ways a digital transformation will improve your community:

  • Raise town profile and increase footfall
  • Local business growth generated in an increasingly vibrant town
  • Capturing and owning intelligent and secure data for intelligent planning and targeted marketing
  • Education opportunities for the young are created
  • Sustainable business model as numbers of participants increase, costs decrease.

Watch the inspirational story of Auchterarder Town.

Discover more about the positive impact digital change is having on the local business economy, local community spirit and opportunities for the pupils of Auchterarder High School. Watch Video 

Is your town or community ready for digital transformation?

Call Felix on 0845 278 8800 or email [email protected]

About 802 Works

802 Works is the company behind 802 Event WiFi. Our ethos is to deliver Intelligent WiFi solutions to Town Centres and outlying Communities overlooked by the big providers.

To find out more visit http://802eventwifi.co.uk/about-us/

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