For Regeneration and Place-making projects there are many times you need to present, discuss, review, and consult with various different stakeholder groups. Engagement with different groups may include:
With Confers, you can tackle this engagement challenge with ease, creating a range of time-limited online engagement activities at key stages of your project, where you can present a range of relevant media types, collect feedback and keep all project stakeholders engaged, informed and involved in project progress.
Confers software offers the most efficient way to create the opportunity for more engagement and feedback from your different stakeholder groups. Continued use results in a digital audit trail of key stage decision making, keeping stakeholders informed and involved throughout your project.
Use Confers to create and manage time-limited online engagement and feedback activities for your different project stages and with different stakeholder audiences. Present, explain, discuss ideas, proposals and progress within set deadlines and report back decisions and outcomes to everyone involved.
Nothing to download, available in web and mobile devices, Confers extends the opportunity for your stakeholders:
Organiser tools enable you to very quickly publish and automate a range of engagement and feedback activities by:
Regular engagement and feedback on your project increases buy-in, reduces risks, and promotes innovation:
“Sharing video and panoramic photography made our online consultation really real and engaging for people contributing to its success.”
Kieran McSherry, Sustrans
“Stickyworld is 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
“Using Stickyworld has allowed us to take engagement to another level as part of both formal and informal gathering of ideas,
Kim Smith, Royal Borough of Greenwich
“Using Stickyworld 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,