Ballot Buddy

Remote, expert guidance for developing or renewing a BID

Remote, expert guidance for developing or renewing a BID

Developing or renewing a BID is not an easy thing to do. Many places already have established teams and significant support in their BID. They don’t need consultants to provide ‘on the ground’ support, but instead need remote support and expert technical guidance throughout the process.

Ballot Buddy is designed for places such as these.

Ballot Buddy provides:

  • A Dedicated Account Manager
  • Expert Advice
  • Guidance throughout the entire process
  • Templates of all of the documentation that will be required
  • Suite of case studies and examples from the industry
  • Two free spaces on our Developing and Renewing a BID course

Bb have developed ‘The i5 Stages of BID Development’ which has been successful every time that it has been used. The i5 stages are:

  • Investigate (Feasibility) Building the picture by gathering knowledge.
  • Insight (Planning and Local Authority) Detailed planning and researching using results to determine the strategy.
  • Inspire (Campaign) Stimulating interest, enthusing and encouraging participation.
  • Implement (Establishment) Turning ideas into realities.
  • Interrogate (Establishment) Establishing a culture of constantly measuring, reviewing and improving throughout the term of the BID.

Your dedicated Account Manager will guide you through each aspect of BID development/renewal, ensuring that you take the correct steps to maximise your chances of success.

British BID members also receive a 25% discount

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Get in touch about Ballot Buddy

Skipton BID

“Ballot Buddy provided us with a full timeline to ballot and provided the reassurance that the whole process ahead of us was set out in an easy to follow way. The provision of all of the documents we would be required to produce was also a huge help and our Account Manager was knowledgeable and supportive.”
Geraldine Thompson, BID Manager & Director, Skipton BID