Gearing up for the Town Team Movement Conference

We are excited to showcase some of our latest smart furniture and activations at the upcoming Town Team Movement Conference.

The conference is an action packed two day event, full of workshops, speakers, discussions and showcases by place leaders from all around Australia. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Connecting Communities’ through place leadership and activation.

“Town Team Movement, the body curating the event, is a non-profit organisation formed to support and work with communities and local government through sharing resources and collective experiences.”

 

 

yStop is all about smart furniture and community engagement. Local Western Australian and Australian councils generally are looking to engage with local communities. We create thoughtful activations and improvements to places and spaces, using smart furniture.

At the event yStop will be introducing our smart bins and seats, which have many exciting future tech enhancements such as mobile phone charging, light features, app integrations and sensor technology. We are also activating the conference space with the amazing Hello Lamp Post. Participants will be able to converse directly with street furniture and use their phones to view specially curated video material.

This is a great opportunity to view our products first hand and find out more. If you are attending the event, please come by our stand and say hello. We look forward to seeing you next Friday 14th and Saturday 15th September in West Perth.

You can find out more about the Town Team Movement Conference here.
Stay posted as well for news from the event.

 

Image references: Town Teams website.

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