Meeting as a team is always a powerful message, whether you are planning out your approach for the next quarter or celebrating a recent merger. However, choosing the right space is crucial since some rooms aren’t designed for corporate events. Here are a few crucial decisions to make before booking a space and why the details matter.
3 Factors to Consider Before Planning a Corporate Event
Before you book a space, carefully consider where your main office is located, how far most people travel, and what you plan to do during the event. Try to choose a place that doesn’t ask people to drive much farther than they already commute, and pick a location that offers fun attractions nearby that your team will enjoy.
Carefully calculate how many people from your team will be coming to the event and choose a venue that offers enough space for all of the tables, chairs, and other equipment you need. Don’t forget to calculate estimated parking and check with the venue about using the lots on the day of the event since, depending on the size of your party, there may be other events ongoing in your chosen venue.
3. Internet Connectivity
Accessing presentations, emails, and business information is vital when you are running a corporate event, so talk with venue planners about what kind of signal they have, whether or not it is a reliable connection, and how it has been used in the past by other guests of the venue. Try to find a place with a fast, reliable connection, so you have access to everything you need.
If you are planning an upcoming corporate event, don’t hesitate to book The Signal. Conveniently located two minutes from downtown, this spectacular event venue can accommodate anywhere from 50 to 1,300 guests and offers a beautiful, sleek, industrial feel that melds well with corporate events. To find out more about how they can help, visit them online, or give their office a call at (423) 498-4700.