Time for show and tell

We’ve talked enough. It’s time to show you the power of SoCrowd. Take a look at what we’ve done for some of the UK’s best-known organisations. We could do the same for you.

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Cut Social Media Response Times From 48 Hours Down To 1 Hour

Redrow was formed in 1974, and in 2017-18 built 5,913 new homes across England and Wales. With 15 individual regions, Redrow builds high-quality homes and thriving communities where people want to live, work and play.

Manage A Global Network Of
Social Media Accounts
And Content

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is the governing body for the surveying industry, providing confidence to consumers and markets by setting and enforcing global standards. The 150-year-old organisation also supports it’s professional members by providing training, thought leadership, and practical advice.

Grew An Engaged Community Of Over 200k Facebook Fans

The Bannatyne Group is one of the UK’s leading leisure operators with 71 health clubs, 43 spa facilities and 3 hotels located across England, Wales and Scotland. 

Enable Front-Line Staff To Engage
Communities On Social Media

Nottinghamshire Police is responsible for policing the county of Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands. The force has a dedicated workforce of just under 3,200 officers and staff serving a population of over 1 million people. In a typical day, Nottinghamshire Police will deal with 966 incidents, register 225 new crimes, make 56 arrests, and solve 58 crimes.

Serco

Optimised 95 leisure centre Facebook pages across 18 territories

Serco Leisure manages over 60 facilities on behalf of Community Leisure Trusts, Local Authorities, Universities and the Ministry of Defence. Some of the organisation’s most high-profile facilities include Bisham Abbey and Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centres, National Water Sports Centre and Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex in Northern Ireland.

Managed social media customer care at scale during crisis incidents

South Staffs Water supplies high quality drinking water to approximately 1.3m people and approximately 35,000 commercial customers in the West Midlands, South Staffordshire, South Derbyshire, North Warwickshire and North Worcestershire.

Hyde

Improved social media customer service for 100,00+ housing residents

The Hyde Group is an award-winning provider of homes. As one of the largest housing associations in the UK, they manage or own circa 50,000 homes and support over 100,000 residents. Hyde Housing Association is a not-for-profit organisation within the group of companies which also includes charities and for-profit subsidiaries.

North Lanarkshire Council

Embedded social media across Communications & Contact Centre teams

North Lanarkshire Council’s Communications team found themselves having to face rumours, allegations and even deliberate disinformation on social media – often repeated as fact without proper checks by local media.

Greenwood Academies Trust

Reached an audience of over 5 million on Twitter

The Greenwood Academies Trust was formed in 2009. The not-for-profit organisation has grown from a single academy to over 30 academies. Predominantly based in the East Midlands region, the Trust educates approximately 16,000 pupils and aims to enable every child to be the best they can be.

Wiltshire Police

Increased public engagement across 68 Facebook and Twitter accounts

Formed in 1839, Wiltshire Police is the oldest force in the country. The Force is responsible for policing the county of Wiltshire and Borough of Swindon in South West England with more than 2000 police officers, police staff and community support volunteers working round the clock.

GLL

Built an engaged community of 300k on Facebook and Twitter

GLL is a social enterprise in the leisure sector focused on making community services and spaces better for everyone. Their facilities range from leisure centres and libraries; to golf courses, trampoline parks, and spas. You may also recognise their customer facing brand name ‘Better’.

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