London is one of the world’s great business capitals and has amazing boardrooms to prove it. These high-class spaces are a necessity for high-profile and informal meetings and conferences, where people from different companies and organizations can meet to discuss innovative ideas, give presentations, and host conferences. Located anywhere from hotels to highrises, boardrooms are great places to take your business to the next level. Check out our smart filters to find just the right space for your next corporate event!
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When planning a corporate or business event, remember to keep in mind the number of attendees, time of the event, room layout (boardroom, U-shape), your A/V needs (mics, projectors) and catering requirements. From prestigious spaces with stunning views for when you want to impress, to well-equipped meeting facilities for when you have to make that important decision, our shortlist of top boardrooms in London is sure to come in handy. What are you hosting and when? It’s #magic, see how fast you can book a London boardroom venue today.
London has thousands of boardrooms available for your business. Now is the perfect time to call a meeting and find the perfect space for you. A boardroom is ideal for meetings, conferences, interviews, and collaborations between businesses, and what better place for this than London? There are tons of elegant and professional boardrooms in Central London to choose from, as well as other parts of the city if you are looking for a more affordable option. Places like Dalston have incredible, fully equipped spaces to host your meeting as well that are more affordable than places more centrally located.
When hosting your meeting it is best to have clear intentions and plans for your day. The boardroom can serve a variety of purposes. As they come equipped with a single long table, these spaces enable conversation amongst peers, as well as being great places to present new ideas, brainstorm, and hold important presentations. The boardroom is not necessarily the best place to host larger groups of people, so it is important to keep things small and focused with only the necessary people there. Your time in the boardroom can be kept organised with timetables for the day, outlines and written speeches, and presentations. It is also good to allow time for questions and conversations about a topic that was just discussed, to make sure that everyone is on the same page.
Businesses small and large all have one thing in common, and that is the need for meetings to discuss important developments and projections for their business. Boardrooms come equipped with all of the equipment you need to host a productive and professional meeting. The venues will normally list all of their equipment and it is common to see high-speed internet, projectors, and sound systems. These are vital tools that make your meeting flow efficiently and ensure that your voice and message will get across to everyone in attendance.
Workshops and training seminars are vital to any business, and boardrooms are amazing places to host them. Workshops can take a variety of forms such as breakfast meetings and involving guest speakers in your field. These events can be highly productive for you and your peers and can even offer a team building element to the meeting. Guest speakers are great to have, as they help direct your meeting in an interesting direction, and they offer everyone attending a fresh perspective from someone with expertise in the field. This level of engagement is sure to build camaraderie among peers and also gives everyone new insight into how to develop new skills as a group.
With a soothing neutral ambiance, boardrooms make excellent spaces to host events such as focus groups. Focus groups are essential parts of the research and development process for new products, and having them in a boardroom will aid in providing a low-pressure environment that will encourage people to speak their minds. Small focus groups are great ways to understand how people in the market will see your product, and with diverse groups of people, you can begin to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your product.
When hosting a meeting, keeping your peers or guests refreshed is key to a productive meeting. Food and beverages accompany meetings of all sorts from more informal workshops and trainings, to more formal meetings such as negotiations. Many places will offer a catering option, or provide amenities like coffee, tea, and bottled water. If you are looking to have a lunch break over the course of your meeting, you may have to seek outside catering, but many of the listings on Tagvenue will have recommendations for providing food for your event. If your meeting is in a hotel, then more often than not, the onsite catering in a hotel always makes for an excellent choice to provide refreshments and meals to your meeting.
With so many boardrooms available in London, it’s best that you know exactly what you have in mind for the space when planning your meeting. The biggest things to consider are budget and location. Sometimes a centrally located boardroom is ideal, but it might not fit the budget for the meeting. Fortunately, there are plenty of spaces outside of the city center that can accommodate your needs. Keeping your group engaged is of the utmost importance in any meeting, so when you are looking for a space, finding one with a good bit of natural light is great for keeping your group locked into the conversation.
Boardrooms can be used for a variety of purposes that extend just beyond a classic meeting or seminar. There are few better places in the world to conduct business and grow than London. With its long history as a financial and business hub, the location is excellent for being inspired, growing your innovative idea and building a strong team. With so many excellent options available around London, choosing the right venue can be hard. Tagvenue can help you find the perfect location for your event.
Boardroom prices can vary from about £30 per hour all the way up to £500 per hour. (All data according to Tagvenue). The price largely depends on the location of the room, as well as the capacity and general square meterage of the room. Additional equipment may also influence the price of the room.
Equipment included in a boardroom is likely to include high-speed internet, a sound system, and a projection system. Other equipment will vary from venue to venue. If you have questions about any specific type of equipment, always check with the venue manager before finalising the booking.
Not all boardrooms will be in highrises in the city center. There are plenty of less expensive options that are in different areas of the city that are amazing choices as well. Some of our favorite inexpensive boardrooms that come in at £50 an hour or less are Franklins and Cavalry, Ideaspace London, and Frequency Angel.
Some boardrooms offer hourly rentals, but some require booking for a full day. Full day sessions will last from 8am - 4pm or 9am - 5pm. Places that are hired by the hour usually have at least a 4-hour minimum.
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