How to make the most of existing tables

Audit, mapping, activation and promotion

Start by undertaking some desk based research and listing the provision you discover. Quickly plotting this onto a map can really help you see where this sits within the city and you may identify some clustering already. The location of these existing opportunities may influence your choice of Ping! table locations. Building clusters around existing activity can be a great way to create a real buzz and make everyone feel like they’re part of something special.

 

Follow these simple steps to unlock potential in existing facilities

 

  • Start by undertaking some desk based research and listing the provision you discover. We would expect there to be public table tennis tables at most leisure centres, in one or two cafes and bars or even in parks. You should be able to research this via your existing network of partners and online searches.
  • Quickly plotting this onto a map can really help you see where this sits within the city and you may identify some clustering already. The location of these existing opportunities may influence your choice of Ping! table locations. Building clusters around existing activity can be a great way to create a real buzz and make everyone feel like they’re part of something special.
  • Find out what’s happening at these venues already – especially anything that could be relevant to the participants you’re trying to reach.
  • Build relationships with the people associated with these tables. These people already have a vested interest in the success of their table(s). You can introduce Ping! as a way to help them get more value from what they’ve got.
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