Sep 12 2013

Customers nominate CONJECT for “Best AEC Collaboration Application” at BE2awards

109013We are delighted to announce that CONJECT has been nominated by its customers to win the “Best AEC collaboration application” category at the 2013 BE2awards.

The BE2awards, the world’s only awards for social media in the built environment, recognises best practice among architecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and related industries in using web tools and techniques. The awards are unique in that the winners are decided by the number of online votes that they receive – not by a panel of judges or sponsors.

In both 2011 (when we were known as BIW Technologies) and 2012 the CONJECT user community provided overwhelming support by voting to help CONJECT win and retain the “Best AEC collaboration application” award.

With the 2013 voting window now open, we would once again like to ask our users and supporters to vote for us to help us achieve a hat-trick of wins! The voting process is very quick (it takes less than 10 seconds!) and simple. You don’t need to register or leave an email address, simply click on the link below, select CONJECT and submit your vote:


Everyone at CONJECT would be most grateful if you could take a moment to vote for us. Adam BE2award

The voting window closes on 23rd September with the prize giving ceremony taking place during the BE2Talks on 25th September in London. In addition to the “Best AEC Collaboration Application” there are 10 other BE2awards which focus on different aspects of social media in the built environment. For instance, who do you think provides the Best AEC Social Media blog“?  Why not take a minute to look at all of the categories and make your vote count!


About the author

Michelle Mason

Michelle Mason leads the UK and MEAP Marketing team, with far too many years in B2B marketing to mention. A CONJECT newbie, Michelle is eagerly climbing a steep learning curve.

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