Confers supports a range of consultation and feedback activities to suit the stage of your project and the type of consultee.
Organise interactive ideas & feedback workshops in order to crowdsource the best ideas from your team to help shape a winning bid.
Manage project progress presentations, discussions and decisions, identify problems and propose solutions.
Manage client and client stakeholder consultations by private invite, to inform project user requirements, shape your project brief.
Create informative training material for handover meetings, explaining final outcomes and fielding Q&A from end users.
Manage regular time-critical reviews on designs in development, discuss changes and record decisions and outcomes.
Manage team or end user feedback on each stage of the project process and outcomes.
Manage local community or public consultations, using visual media, embedded in your website or shared via social media.
Manage a range of project engagement activities to meet educational, thought leadership and general dissemination objectives.
“Sharing video and panoramic photography made our online consultation really real and engaging for people contributing to its success.”
Kieran McSherry, Sustrans
“.. really simple to set up and use and gave us a great way to make our consultation open and accessible to as many people as possible.”
Kathryn Hearnden, Canterbury City Council
“allowed us to take engagement to another level as part of both formal and informal gathering of ideas,
Kim Smith, Royal Borough of Greenwich
“ gave us a great way to reach out to lots of different stakeholders to ensure our proposals were informed by a broad array of perspectives.”
Nidhi Baiswar, Head of Sustainable Design and Construction, Bouygues UK,
Confers is project agnostic, but we have experience in supporting three generic types of projects.
Nothing to download, available in web and mobile devices, Confers enables your stakeholders to:
Organiser tools enable you to very quickly publish and automate a range of engagement and feedback activities by:
Regular stakeholder engagement and feedback on your project increases buy-in, reduces risks, and helps innovation: