• Collaboration is a way of working... that you can learn Our training and mentorship can help you get the most out of your projects and networks.
  • Collaboration is a way of working... that scales Realising your full collaborative potential requires aligned processes and technologies.
  • Collaboration is a way of working... that feels good The future of work is more collaborative, people-centred and participatory.

Latest blog posts

Tackling engagement capability in the public service

In 2018 we successfully completed the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s Business Research and Innovation Initiative. In doing so, we set out to understand what the government really needed when it came to engagement. The results, which ultimately became our software platform,...

Above All Human, Tech Startup Conference 2018

Last week, some of our team rocked up to the fantastic bi-annual conference, Above All Human. Held at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Centre on the 29th of August, it presented an inspiring collection of speakers, largely focused on sharing insights and learnings for the tech start-up community....

What people are saying

Collabforge occupies a niche in the market that is new and emerging. None of the bigger players yet “get” this space, whereas Collabforge has a profound understanding of both how people (communities, businesses, government) collaborate and how this is best achieved online.

John McGee

Director, Digital Futures

Tasmania Department of Economic Development Tourism & the Arts

Collabforge delivered a tailor-made approach to change management that operated from inception to project finalisation. Future Melbourne's success can be measured by our recent win in the 2008 Victorian Awards for Planning Excellence, an achievement that would not have been possible without Collabforge.

The Future Melbourne Team

City of Melbourne

Collabforge brought structure, clarity and an evidence based approach to an area that we knew we wanted to explore but weren't sure of the best way how to.

Kate Elborough

Carbon Down Knowledge and Information Manager

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