Making Meetings More Productive

“VotePip provides a complete toolkit for making your large organization meetings more effective and efficient. With insightful organizational surveys, tools for quickly and easily selecting individuals for councils, suggesting topics for consultation, and offering proposals for taking action together.”

Founder of VotePip

Why Choose VotePip?

More Efficient Use of Time

Big meetings can be hard to manage efficiently and effectively. VotePip provides a toolkit where organizations can include or exclude different modules that can save time and effort so that you have more time to spend on the important tasks.

Increased Excitement Before Meetings

Few people really look forward to large meetings at organizations. But VotePip can help change that. By providing a platform for engagement before the meeting, people can walk into the meetings with more engaged minds and ready attitudes.

Improve Results After the Meeting

VotePip provides a consistent platform to plan out the content and decisions for a large meeting. As the meeting comes to a close, a clear plan of action and people assigned becomes clear from the discussions, elections, and inputs provided before and during the experience.

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Our Mission

VotePip is dedicated to transforming the way we consult in large meetings. By providing a ever-evolving set of tools, methods, and materials, we aim to get the most out of every gathering!

Why We’re Different

VotePip is unique in our focus on improving the dynamics of meeting. We are constantly studying what makes people more effective when we come together. We are constantly asking ourselves how we can help people in organizations and communities gain the most insight, empower the most action, and drive the most transformational change in our organizations. This focus and dedication is what we wake up to tackle every day.

About the Founders

VotePip was developed by a husband and wife team based in the Pacific Northwest. Their passion to harness untapped potential in groups drove them to start the CollectiveNexus, a community-building software company.