Renting a meeting or conference room on a temporary basis can be quite a challenge. But if you know what to look for, you can be better prepared to ask the right questions, and ultimately hone in on what you need for your exact requirement.
In this first step, you will need to identify your bandwidth, software and other needs against what is being offered. What internet speed do I need as a minimum in order to conduct a successful multi-location video conference? What access restrictions does my package include but was not told about? These questions must be the first point of focus when reviewing conference and meeting rooms.
The next step is to see if it can physically accommodate all the people you want attending these meetings. Don’t just plan for the quorum – plan for a full house. You don’t want people to be forced to sit on the carpet or stand against the wall at a 1 hour meeting – more so for longer sessions.
If you’re going to be discussing company-confidential matters, are the security features suited to your needs? Is the room an enclosed area or will I be sharing with others? These questions will help you assess the privacy level you need against what is being provided.
Find out why Weston Town Center Executive Suites is the leader in hosting professional meetings and training sessions in Weston Florida. Visit our Meeting Rooms page or call us today. (954)217-6681
Glen Rostie August 12th, 2013
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