The Society App returns to take over Birmingham with the African Caribbean Society
In October, Birmingham ACS’ joined forces with the free Society app to create the ultimate party experience celebrating African and Caribbean culture. The Society collaborative event ‘Litty Committee’ caused waves throughout Birmingham, checking in over 700 students inside an unforgettable night. The dream team consisted of Aston ACS, Birmingham City ACS, and University of Birmingham ACS, who have all created their own branded community apps on Society and grown a huge presence gaining over 300 student members in each app.
“Litty Committee” captured the vitality of ACS’ in Birmingham and provided students with an affordable night out without any compromise in experience. Society awarded students with hundreds of discounted student tickets via the Society app, which sold out in a matter of days – earning a record-breaking sales campaign on the app.
Society app has connected over 3,000 ACS students from across the country
Joshua Olagunju, Strategy Executive at Society and former Aston ACS President, expressed his dedication, “I vow to continue supporting ACS with the aim of creating a model that can benefit ACS and other student networks on the Society app.”
You can now create your very own branded community app for free in just 60 seconds
To finish the academic year off on a high in June, Society and ACS have decided to return the famous “Litty Committee” brand back for the students, doubling up on its capacity and fun. Hundreds of tickets have already been sold via the Society app, and are set to sell out well ahead of time.
Matthew Billington, co-founder of Society, said “I’m super excited to see the vision become a reality with thousands and thousands of students thriving on Society. You can now create your very own branded community app for free in just 60 seconds, you can create unlimited apps, each and every app branded to you with easy in-app bookings, event tickets and group chats all in one place. The growth has been huge and we’ve only just got started – now it’s the UK, next it’s the US. Watch this space!”
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