Organizing your event
So the first thing is to define your goals, what you expect from your event and why you are gathering your collaborators. Your other choices will depend on this.
Once the goals have been defined, you need to think about the number and list of participants and set a date well in advance to notify them and make sure they are available.
You must then set the duration of your event. You must have enough time for your event to run smoothly, but you must also plan for breaks and refreshments, which are important moments for getting fresh air, exchanging ideas and creating a bond between the participants. To find the ideal duration of your event, don’t hesitate to set a timing (who speaks, when) and stick to it.
The question of the budget will also come up. Renting a venue, travel expenses, catering and entertainment, you have to plan everything.
Once all these elements have been defined, the most important step remains: choosing the place where you will meet. It is essential to organize it in an inspiring place and, above all, outside the formal company setting to encourage creativity and team productivity. The venue must be pleasant, comfortable and easily accessible. The choice of venue and its layout will depend on your event: brainstorming, conference, business meeting…
Privatize an Anticafé for your event
Privatizing an Anticafé for your professional event allows you to benefit from an atypical and warm venue that also meets the standards of event halls: various possible room layouts, choice of catering, team building offers, equipment etc. Anticafé’s design is thought to encourage creativity thanks to a thoughtful and friendly working environment. The counter and the teams on site give the premises a real and friendly atmosphere.
Don’t underestimate the impact of the venue on your event: privatizing a pleasant place allows your staff to be in the best conditions to speak freely, to be focused on a subject and to have better ideas. It also helps to brighten up your meeting and give it the tone you want.
Who said that being in a meeting should not be enjoyable? 🙂