72 Bang the Table Case Studies

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Read 72 Case Studies from real Bang the Table users sharing their business challenges and results after using Bang the Table software.

  • Auckland Transport is achieving high engagement rates
  • Australian Government - Customer Case Study
  • Barwon Water Engages on Much More Than Water
  • Bayside City Council uses EHQ to reach an interesting audience demographic
  • Bayside City Council site is a great example of displaying accessible plans
  • Bayside Council - Customer Case Study
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Blue Mountains City Council
  • Byron Shire Council’s pathway to better mobility infrastructure
  • Bringing a Community Plan to Life with Konveio
  • Creating Community Connections in Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Digital First Community Engagement in COVID19 City of Arvada
  • City of Aspen Using EngagementHQ to Build Community
  • City of Bayswater - Customer Case Study
  • How the City of Casey Involved Its City Council in Engagement
  • How the City of Casey built historic advocacy campaign success
  • City of Hobart take an advocacy stance on single use plastics
  • ‘Let’s Talk Kamloops’ takes the conversation to the community in its online engagement
  • How taking the conversation online transformed engagement in the City of Kingston, Ontario
  • City of Lakewood - Customer Case Study
  • Community Involvement in the City of Longmont It All Started with RVs
  • Mercer Island Provides Resources for Community during the Economic Uncertainty of COVID-19
  • City of Penticton Building Community Engagement
  • City Of Port Phillip shows best practice consultation with its Acland Street Upgrades
  • Connecting Sammamish Online Hub Overhauls Outreach and Engagement
  • The City of Sydney makes stellar use of the EHQ Guestbook tool for its social sustainability project
  • Tigard, OR Supports Local Businesses through Economic Uncertainty with Online Engagement
  • City of Topeka - Customer Case Study
  • How City of Yarmouth used the Ideas tool in search of $50 million smart cities funding
  • Forging New Paths for Transportation in the Chicago Metropolitan Area
  • Closing The Loop Of Online Engagement using EHQ
  • Envisioning Together Yankalilla’s Community Outreach Deepens Engagement
  • The Downtown Austin Alliance Preserving the Past and Shaping the Future
  • An interview with Joanne Cannon, East Gippsland Shire Council
  • When lack of fan engagement hits back hard the European Super League
  • Using a single project to create a cohesive community visioning site
  • Gladstone Regional Council Seeks Community Input For CBD Re-design
  • Thinking beyond the survey Cambridgeshire’s transport planning is mapping its future
  • A Roadmap to Local Commercial Cannabis in Monterey
  • The Township Of Hopewell Built Community Engagement Around the Emerald Ash Borer Invasion
  • Engaging the Community to Map Environmental Degradation
  • Hornsby Shire Council’s - Customer Case Study
  • Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network - Customer Case Study
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Inner West Council
  • Creative Uses of Engagement Tools in the Kansas City Playbook
  • Online engagement enables a bilingual heart-to-heart in Moncton
  • Logan City Council’s Landmark Child and Youth Engagement Framework
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Mackay Regional Council
  • Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District Proves Agile in a Time of Crisis
  • Using Virtual Reality To Engage On Development Projects
  • Nova Scotia Health Authority’s online engagement fosters community
  • Parker Police are on the Map for Community Policing and Engagement
  • Simplicity creates great results for Public Transport Victoria
  • Empowering Your Community Through Information and Building Trust
  • Rockdale City Council shows how the surveys tool helped their Playground Renewal project
  • Let’s Talk Rotorua Manifesting Values at the Heart of Engagement
  • Digital Budgeting Simulator Moves Money Matters in Kingston upon Thames
  • Royal Women’s Hospital gets 500 EHQ survey responses in less than a day
  • Digital Engagement Lights Up SA Power Networks State-Wide Consultation
  • St Clements - Customer Case Study
  • Study Group - Customer Case Study
  • The City of Nedlands project is a great example of an effective ‘informational’ site
  • Town of Parker - Customer Case Study
  • How Victoria Park ‘Evolved’ To Rebuild Community Trust
  • Rapid Online Deliberation Sustaining Democratic Values in Difficult Times
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Tweed Shire Council, New South Wales
  • Successful Online Engagement Attracts Massive Audience
  • WasteMINZ Combining digital hui and EngagementHQ
  • Wellington City Council - Customer Case Study
  • New Zealand Council gets community involved early in the development of their 30-year policy
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Willoughby City Council
  • A Decade of Digital Engagement Wingecarribee Shire Council
  • How Community is Shaping Wollongong City Council’s Net Zero Future

About Bang the Table

Bang the Table is a specialist provider of online stakeholder engagement services. They provide two unique software solutions to government, public sector and private enterprise clients, which include the Engagement HQ stakeholder engagement platform and Budget Allocator, their participatory budgeting software. Bang the Table works at the intersection of the latest web technologies and best practice stakeholder engagement to deliver world-class interactive communications solutions that can be branded with their client’s identity. They are here to help you with all of your stakeholder engagement needs.

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