The EngageTech Forum is a workshop and technology showcase for people who want to understand the tools and data available for community and stakeholder engagement.
Find out more about how technology can help you understand, engage and work with your stakeholders and communities.
The forums are designed to encourage peer-to-peer learning. Ask questions of our panelists, see demos and discuss opportunities with others using technology and data to help governments engage. We’ve even used experience design methods to make sure it’s actually engaging!
The best of the EngageTech Forum will be accessible from anywhere in the world. Learn how to keep pace with the growing engagement technologies wherever you are. Engage with speakers and ask questions in real-time, participate in group discussions, access exclusive recordings and materials.
Participants love the forums because they get to learn about the tools and methods available, see examples in a “non-sales” environment. Join us to discuss how they might used for:
It’s not just talking heads. It’s very engaging, very participatory, lots of round tables. You’re constantly meeting new people and having new discussions.
It was great to benefit from such a broad range of experience that people have had across different organisations.
It’s good that we did lots of workshops where you are sharing ideas with people and it gives you a practical platform, a practical understanding of the materials.
It was great to see our clients sharing their lessons with others and as a sponsor we got to really interact with delegates rather than be on the outskirts looking in.
I think one of the most important things I’ve learnt today is how many really good tools there are for social media engagement with the community.
It was a chance to encourage and support staff looking to innovate – and sharing lessons and experiences is key. I know everyone will be looking forward to seeing the report and hearing everyone’s ideas.
Today’s been a great way to get an overview of the various methodologies for engaging with community and stakeholders.
You’ll see the full spectrum of technologies available for consultation and engagement at this five-staged event. We’re not just talking about online engagement, the forum will cover all the different ways technology can help you can engage and collaborate.
At the EngageTech Forum, you will see and hear about the ways technology can help you to: