Webinar: How One City Engaged 40% of its Population & Saved $100,000

JunJune 10 2021

9:00am - 10:00am

  • Add to calendar 2021-06-10 09:00:00 2021-06-10 10:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Webinar: How One City Engaged 40% of its Population & Saved $100,000

    June 10, 2021

    9PT/Noon ET

    This event is free, but registration is required



    Twelve months after implementing its new community engagement app, the City of Sandefjord, Norway (population 60,000) saw 23,000 downloads, 1,000 - 8,000 daily users, and 18,000 monthly active users. Learn about how they implemented this application to personalize news from the city and local media for each user, connect volunteer groups to the community, and promote local businesses. Sondre Andersen, Head of IT and SmartCity initiatives from the City of Sandefjord will be on the webinar to share the experience of implementing and using the app, and answer your questions.But wait - there’s more! Innocode, the maker of the app used by Sandefjord wants to introduce their technology to US local governments and is giving away the app for one year for free for up to three towns, cities, counties, or special districts. Sign up here to participate in the pilot program.
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June 10, 2021

9PT/Noon ET

This event is free, but registration is required



Twelve months after implementing its new community engagement app, the City of Sandefjord, Norway (population 60,000) saw 23,000 downloads, 1,000 – 8,000 daily users, and 18,000 monthly active users. Learn about how they implemented this application to personalize news from the city and local media for each user, connect volunteer groups to the community, and promote local businesses. Sondre Andersen, Head of IT and SmartCity initiatives from the City of Sandefjord will be on the webinar to share the experience of implementing and using the app, and answer your questions.

But wait – there’s more! Innocode, the maker of the app used by Sandefjord wants to introduce their technology to US local governments and is giving away the app for one year for free for up to three towns, cities, counties, or special districts. Sign up here to participate in the pilot program.

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