You may have read an article on how the Equiem Portal can find you love. The article tells of how two of our users serendipitously met while picking up their coffee orders. We love this story - as it illustrates just one of the many ways the Portal can help create genuine relationships between building occupants. In this post, we'd like to share with you a module that makes it even easier for our clients to foster these kinds of connections.
Introducing Find & Explore, our directory module on the Equiem Portal. Find and Explore is not your ordinary directory system - it is a “Facebook for your building” - a beautiful online network of all individuals in a building or space, with search functionality and customisable user profiles. Designed to be adaptable to our client’s needs, Find & Explore is not only useful for commercial towers, but also residential apartments, co-working spaces and shopping centres.
Find and Explore is part of a broader strategy to create genuine communities within a building or space. As evident in co-working offices, a strong community is one of the key ingredients to making a space successful. It does this by offering its members benefits - it’s much harder to move out of a space if it means losing valuable connections you’ve built, access to exclusive events or a culture you’ve grown to love.
In order to build a community however, you first need to have a platform where people can meet and start to build genuine relationships. Relationships are fundamental to community creation and as seen commercial towers, critical to keeping top talent. Find and Explore was designed to be this platform. Acting as a private social network for your building or space, it helps connect people that otherwise would likely never meet (or for that matter, even know each other existed!)
In short, Find and Explore provides the platform to foster a genuine, thriving community, which itself is an important factor in keeping tenants, members, or residents ‘sticky’.
Today, Find & Explore is used actively throughout our portfolio of Portals. Our plans for the module doesn’t stop here however. We will soon be including companies, retailers and services in future updates. Soon, the module will provide our clients with an even more complete view of their community. Stay tuned!
Thank you! Please check your email to confirm.
Something's not right - please try again.
An exploration of why building managers should be garnering data about their building community if they want to please their current (and attractive prospective) tenants: including what you could learn from this data, and how to capture it with innovative technology and communication strategies.
Exploring the evolution of co-working in the 21st century, and how Equiem can help enable co-working through online skillshare, networking and transforming empty rooms into truly collaborative co-working spaces in your building.
Salta Properties’ business precinct in Melbourne’s Mulgrave, Nexus Corporate, will offer property management platform Equiem to its tenants, making it the first ever business precinct in Australia to adopt the software.
Investa Office Management (‘Investa’) has partnered with Proptech specialist Equiem to deliver a tenant engagement program nationally, expanding its role as an office manager and paving the way for a more connected and convenient workplace for the thousands who work in Investa buildings.
We’re delighted to present the newest addition to Equiem’s family, Natalie Clark! As Senior Platform Performance Manager, Natalie ensures our customers are satisfied with their experience in their buildings, which suit their workplace environment along with offer a sense of community to improve work/life balance.
Equiem now has a 10-desk private office in the newly opened WeWork 5 Martin Place, one of the only two WeWork locations so far in Australia. WeWork, a “platform for creators”, provides beautiful, collaborative workspaces with a big focus on fostering an active community - making it a perfect new home for our Sydney team.
For Equiem, fostering a diverse environment was never about being a ‘good corporate citizen.’ It was about gathering together the brightest, best and most passionate regardless of gender, sexual orientation or nationality.
Having a vibrant, engaged community in your building is important, as engaged tenants are more likely to stay and recommend your building to others. Building a community, however, doesn’t happen overnight. Learn the fundamental steps to engaging tenants in our guide.
All around the globe, technology is becoming more than just a tool that connects people - it's adding new levels of convenience and amenity to people's lives. It's more than just a network - it's a service provider. The big companies are finally catching up to the idea that the…
In 2014 we published over 4000 news posts and 6000 event posts. We also sent out over 680 newsletters. If content is king, going from three Equiem Portals to 20 in less than a year truly ended up in an epic Game of Thrones-like bloody battle. But, as in all…
As a company, Equiem provides various services - we activate buildings with an expert team of content creators and editors; we source retailers and manage the Portal Store; we work with our clients to help them help us shape our product and use our services; we run around telling people…
Bringing health and wellness into the workplace At Equiem Engage, what drives us is enriching the lives of tenants, solving their problems; being useful. We treat it as a privilege to be able to engage directly with thousands of these hard-working people every day.