While board meetings may be a regular part of business, you can make them anything but routine with the right choice of venue—one that inspires creativity, focus, and ample communication to meet the common end goal. The best modern meeting centers provide the latest technology, including audio and video conferencing as well as recording to allow anyone, anywhere to be present in the room, as well as conveniences such as full-service catering and 24-hour accessibility that allow your board to finalize reports without interruption.
Many of these non-traditional venue options are overflowing with natural light that keeps attendees alert as well as private rooms with closed doors when you need the utmost confidentiality. After all, if you’re going to meet every quarter, it might as well be in places like these that make you feel at home.
Metro Meeting Centers is one of Boston’s premier day meeting centers located in the downtown financial district and with easy access to transportation. In addition to ergonomic furniture and built-in A/V, each of the nine rooms is purpose built for a different function—whether “think tank”-style brainstorming sessions with more intimate groups or rooms with large walls for effective storyboarding.
At Simon Fraser University in downtown Vancouver, executive meetings are held in one-of-a-kind heritage buildings that have been renovated to preserve their gilded history while incorporating in-demand features like webcasting, video conferencing, video production, and photography services. All are coordinated with dedicated event managers and overseen by an on-site team of A/V professionals.
Here’s who we elect to help run your board meetings:
|Metro Meeting Centers – Boston |
|Simon Fraser University |
Downtown Vancouver, BC
|Luciano Conference Center |
at Cumberland County College
|American Management Association |
San Francisco Conference Center
San Francisco, CA