Commonplace enters strategic partnership with Koru Consulting
By Nouvella Kusi | Thu, Sep 5, 2019
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Digital engagement for public consultations has become a must have tool across sectors in the built environment in 2019. Commonplace Digital is at the forefront of this transformational engagement, which delivers exceptional returns for its clients. Commonplace is used by local authorities, property developers and their partners, as well as major infrastructure partners.
The company is now entering its next phase of development to increase awareness and to establish Commonplace as the go to platform for digital engagement and consultation. As a result, the Company is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Koru Consulting Ltd.
Koru brings a wealth of experience in the local government sector, particularly from both a selling and consulting perspective and has been directly involved with Commonplace for some time. This strategic partnership between Commonplace and Koru will enable wider exposure and access to this growing market in the UK. Koru's objectives will be to focus on travel and transport related projects, primarily, in major metropolitan areas outside of the M25.
Chris Howells, MD Koru - said, "This partnership is a logical extension of the work already undertaken to date with Commonplace and we are delighted to extend this relationship to a strategic partnership"
Mike Saunders, CEO Commonplace said, "From our perspective this partnership is a natural progression from the great relationship we have built with Koru over the last 18 months."
About Koru Consulting Limited.
Koru is a small multi-disciplined consultancy business that specialises in sales and marketing, training, engagement and transformational services. This combination of services, domain experience and geographic coverage is well suited to help Commonplace Digital Limited's ambitions in the local government market sector.
About Commonplace Digital Limited.
Commonplace is helping developers, councils, city managers and their communities to understand each other’s needs and communicate better. Traditional consultation can be manual, time intensive and a one-off snapshot. Our tools aim to provide an ongoing channel of understanding and collaboration. Customers use Commonplace to reveal issues and suggest solutions, as well as for statutory consultation and formal planning applications. We also help communities plan their neighbourhoods, co-design solutions and analyse the social impact of new developments.