8 January 2020
Naturally, securing a meeting with a client is bound to bring you feelings of excitement. However, once the booking is in the diary, your attention must turn to where exactly you will hold the meeting. You might already have various spaces in which meetings could be held.
Nonetheless, not all of those spaces might be purpose-built meeting rooms. If, for example, you are considering turning one of your working areas into a makeshift meeting room, this could bode poorly for the meeting itself, considering how importantly you need to impress the client.
Whether, in the meeting room, the client finds their creativity firing on all cylinders or instead struggles in the uncomfortable and stuffy atmosphere depends very much on how you prepare the room. If you’d like to create a meeting room from scratch, here’s what you need to do.