|Date||June 24 2004 (10:00am – 12:00pm)|
|Venue||Ludgate House, London, United Kingdom|
|Duration||About 2 hours|
|Cost||Included with Enterprise subscription|
About the event
A roundtable discussion to examine the opportunities and challenges of using the internet to facilitate and improve governance and consultation in the planning of our cities.
12 attendees, no journalists, no audience, no sponsors, chaired and facilitated by E-consultancy.
Crossrail, Office of the E-Envoy, Dialogue by Design, PRP Architects, Partnerships Online, Tigerteam Software, London Metropolitan University, University of Greenwich, Wordsearch, Camargue PR, RICS, Rare Digital, FPDSavills, Oyster Partners, Capital City Developments, Open Door
1. What channels, technologies, techniques and tools are used in e-consultation? [e.g. online, SMS, digital TV, CRM, ASPs, voting]
2. How should online be integrated in the consultation mix?
3. How can tools and techniques used in other sectors like broadcast and gaming be used in e-governance? [e.g. CRM, information systems, games, SMS voting]
4. What are the unique advantages and disadvantages of e-consultation? [e.g. risk, speed, cost, reach, depth]
To share knowledge, experiences, best practice and to network.
20 mins Arrive, Coffee and Registration
80 mins E-consultancy facilitates debate around key issues and trends
20 mins Follow up conversations / networking / close
+44 (0)20 7071 8612, email@example.com (subject line 'Roundtable bookings')