200 representatives from local authorities and the business community collaborate over long-term strategy.

On March 9th this year ProMeme was used by England’s Economic Heartland, in conjunction with HighwaysUK at their first regional conference at Silverstone.

The conference brought together over 200 leaders from local authorities and the business community as England’s Economic Heartland Strategic Alliance (EEHSA) took a major step forward with its work on developing a long-term infrastructure strategy.

EEHSA is planning for major economic growth of the Oxford to Cambridge corridor. ProMeme was used as a collaboration tool to ‘start a conversation’ between all the interested parties; recognising that it’s not just the transport, but also housing, digital and utilities infrastructures that are going to come under pressure.

This short video shows ProMeme in action for a large group of participants.

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