• 10, December , 2018

    Tips for Designing a Conference Room that will WOW clients!!

    A meeting room can leave a strong impression on clients. It can either help them come up with fresh, creative ideas, or it can distract them with how uncomfortable and stuffy it is.


    If you want your clients to remember the former rather than the latter in your next meeting, here are ways to infuse personality and professionalism into any conference area.


    Consider Your Clients’ Needs


    Of course, you want clients to be as comfortable as possible. You want them to have enough elbow room, as well as space to get up and walk around. At the same time, you also want the meeting room to be small enough to let people know they’re safe in a group.

    So get the numbers down first. Estimate how many people will show up on Meeting Day. Measure the room’s dimensions, and invest in a table proportionate to the size of the room.


    There are plenty of seating styles you can choose from. For example, the U-style allows everyone to engage with the speaker and vice versa, while the theater/classroom style can accommodate more people.

    Have your clients sit in office chairs that are ergonomic, adjustable and affordable.




    Pick the Right Room


    Ideally, the room should be in a place where distractions are kept to a minimum.

    For example, a space near the CEO’s office would be great, but not a space near the main lobby or facing a construction site. If you have to make do with a distraction-filled area, however, hire a professional to soundproof the meeting room.


    Also, using the right wall color can make a difference in how productive a meeting is. If you paint the room blue, your clients might feel more relaxed and agreeable. But if you paint it red, clients might become more argumentative.

    Regardless of which color you choose, it should evoke the right emotions in your audience and fit with your company’s brand and image.






    Adjust the Lighting


    It’s okay to let in a little natural light from outside. Just make sure the windows are covered with blinds and shades, in case the glare becomes distracting — especially if the meeting is in the mid-afternoon. Other ways to make lighting work include:



    Avoid or minimize overhead lighting.

    Use bulbs that don’t give off too much heat.

    Have the wall colors complement the lighting.




    Choose the Right Screen


    The screen is the focal point of the meeting room, so choose it carefully. It should be big enough for everyone in the room to see, but small enough not to be overwhelming. Also, it should be positioned at just the right distance from your audience.


    Aside from the screen size and distance, consider the right projector screen type and fabric as well. Think about whether you’ll have the screen mounted on a wall, ceiling or tripod, and which fabric will go best with the colors and tones of your presentation.


    Also having a movable Whiteboard will help with keeping any ideas organised and in view. Don’t forget to consider accessories like cables, remote controls and speaker mounts.






    No matter how you design a conference/meeting room, always remember: It should, first and foremost, be a safe and comfortable space where professionals can gather, brainstorm and collaborate. With that in mind, plus the tips given above, it’s hard to go wrong.


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