Hiring a Meeting Space in London
by Sam Jaction
Increasingly, employers are down-sizing their offices, selling off floors or moving into far small premises in a bid to save money on operating costs. It's a good idea, given that so many workers now have the opportunity to work flexibly from home. Why run - and pay for - a half-empty office? It definitely makes sense when put that way.
However, there will be occasions when the whole team needs to get together in person and in these cases, where does the team go? For a professional meeting or development course, it's hardly fitting to sit in a hotel lobby or pub.
Fortunately, in the Capital, there are plenty of spaces to hire that would suit every requirement, from a small client meeting, a brainstorming session or a wider team briefing. Location-wise, where else would you go? Looking for meeting rooms or training venues? London is the perfect destination. Central, it offers transport links from just about any other place in the country so is easy for all delegates to reach. It also lends some prestige to the proceedings, being the UK's business hub.
Hiring a room - however big or small - can prove very cost efficient. Typically you will only pay for the time you use and many forms will let you hire by the half day. You won't need to worry about providing refreshment or paying an electricity bill, either.
The rooms come equipped for the specific event, with access to the internet for teleconferences, projectors for presentations, white boards for training courses. It's likely everything you need will be incorporated. Some may offer a telephone answering service and basic administration, such as photocopying.
What's nice is that the unbranded rooms are sparkling clean and filled with the latest technology, no doubt far nicer than the company's own facilities. By hiring a training venue or meeting room, employers can rest assured that their event will run smoothly, appear professional and not cost the earth.About the author:
This article is written by Sam Jaction is a consultant of real estate, Property. For more information about training venues London, please visit: www.oneheddon.com/meeting-rooms