The Collective OfficesWEB DESIGN | APPLICATION INTEGRATION
The Collective Offices is owned and operated by Kristine Carr. The Collective is a co-working and event space geared toward creative entrepreneurs and female entrepreneurs looking to have a balanced lifestyle and social interaction. They hold events such as Masterminds, Yoga, and local entrepreneurial meetups. This is a fantastic space for any female entrepreneur in Durham Region looking to grow a network, learn from peers, and get some rejuvination.
ABOUT THE BRAND
The target audience for The Collective Offices is female entrepreneurs of all ages, anywhere in Durham Region. This was a complex project that included the use of two websites, one for the public and one for members.
This was a brand new website design for a new business. The primary website is built using WordPress, and integrated with Nexudus for memberships, billing, event scheduling, etc. The goal was to create an efficient system for people to book hourly, daily, or monthly usage of The Collective Offices. As well as allow for event ticket sales, access control management, CRM, newsletter management, and much more.
– Events booking
– Meeting room management
– Newsletter subscriptions
– Membership management
– Payment integration
– Community discussion board
– Product sales
– Access control system
Visit The Collective Offices website at https://thecollectiveoffices.com
- Website Complexity 80% 80%
I came to Alicia with no idea about how my website should look, but I knew what it needed to do. She asked all the right questions that allowed me to really get deep about my website’s functional needs and then she said: “I’ll take care of it”. From then on, I had full trust in Alicia and what she could create for us! Now we have a member directory, ticket selling platform, community page, private and public membership portals, an e-commerce platform, newsletter creator, and so much more – right in our website. I could NOT be happier!!! I’m so lucky to have bumped into Alicia and have this fabulous project developed.Kristine "Kiki" Carr