Meeting Rooms

How to Attract Customers ( More Money) to Your Meeting Space

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When a business needs to hold an off-site meeting, the organizer searches for space with the capacity to host it. If you’re trying to attract clients to your meeting space, it’s important to showcase the advantages you offer. Catering to a wide variety of clients’ needs will expand your reach and make your space attractive to professionals with varying requests. Whether your space is hosting a large or small meeting, do your best to help the organizer run it smoothly. Step 1 Present clients with the flexibility to host a meeting in any setting desired. Offer to move furniture around

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A Battle Worth The Fight? Your Meeting Room as Your Secret Weapon

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It is no secret in the Virtual Office industry that meeting rooms often stay empty for a large part of the year. Why is that? It starts with a basic mindset. Virtual Offices tend to market their meeting rooms in much the same way they market their office space — business as usual. However, meeting rooms have the potential to be used for social meetings as well. But since meeting rooms are not typically marketed for social functions, most prospective clients first think of hotels when they need to host a social event. A simple change of mindset, and some

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Business, Meeting Rooms

Popular Meeting Space Floor Plans

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Hotels and other conference facilities provide room dimensions and the maximum number of people who can fit into a meeting room space. The first step in selecting meeting room space is to understand the most popular meeting space floor plans. To be sure, keep in mind that “maximum” number of individuals are usually noted for that space, and the calculations do not consider other room setup requirements, such as banquet stations, staging or A/V, which take away from the overall space. 1.  Classroom Floor Plan Classroom layout includes rows of tables and chairs. Six foot tables can comfortably hold two

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