|There are a number of aspects you should look into when booking a business venue. One of the first aspects you should look at is the parking facilities that are available to your clients and prospective clients. The chances are that most of them will be travelling to your meeting by car, so make sure that the business venue that you book has adequate parking facilities. If they are not travelling to your location by car you will need to make sure that there is adequate public transport infrastructure to allow them to visit your event. Another aspect that you will need to chase up with the business venue is the types of appliances that they can supply you with. Most people will need some form of presentation equipment, whether that is an overhead projector, a white or black board, pen and paper or electronic projection equipment.
||If you speak to the staff when making your booking they should be able to inform you of the equipment that they have available and whether you will be likely to incur any additional costs.The next aspect to look at is quite important as it is what will keep you clients awake and aware through the afternoon. It would be a complete disaster if you had managed to book a conference then find out that there is no food booked. It sounds silly but I have been on conferences before where there has been no food booked at lunch. It was quite annoying having to make your own arrangements. Also when you do book the food make sure there is a selection of food catering for people who might be vegetarian or vegan.