Working from home can be challenging. While you get to cut out a commute and lunch is as close as your fridge, there are often a lot of distractions and noise that can make meetings difficult. Who hasn’t seen a wayward toddler express their opinion on Zoom in the last year? That’s why video conference room rental is a great idea, whether you’re still working from home or are transitioning back to office part time. (After all, even offices have their distractions.) You’re guaranteed a quiet spot for your important meetings, without having to stifle children, pets or other office activity.
Here’s why you should consider renting a conference room for your next virtual meeting:
- Flexible and affordable: Renting a conference room is usually an easy, flexible and affordable experience—especially if your office isn’t equipped with a conference room of its own. Depending on availability, you’ll often have your pick of times. It’s also a lot more cost-effective than paying rent for a larger office that you rarely use.
- Professional, quiet space: Whether you’re working from home or simply need a quiet, dedicated space for video conferences, renting a video conference room will give you the space and setup you need to conduct your most important meetings. Whether you need to confer with an opposing firm or want to host a strategy meeting for your satellite offices, this is a smart way to get the job done. Specifically, video conference rooms are guaranteed to have internet connectivity and the other equipment you need for successful remote meetings.
- Guarantees privacy and confidentiality: Even if you’re working in your office, that doesn’t necessarily guarantee privacy. Clients and other attorneys are usually in and out all day—not to mention opposing counsel. You can guarantee no one overhears anything they shouldn’t by renting a private conference room.
- Encourage collaboration: Although we’ve all become quite adept at working remotely over the last year and a half, there’s no substitute for in-person meetings. It’s often easier to make yourself heard (and read social cues) when you’re all sitting around the table together. Why not try to foster more collaboration for your team?
- Convenient and easy: Finally, renting conference rooms is convenient. Whether you’re meeting with your firm or conducting a meeting with opposing parties, a spacious, quiet and fully-equipped conference room encourages your attendees to pay attention, contribute their ideas and stay on the same page. It’s also “neutral territory” for various proceedings, such as depositions. Best of all, they’re easy to book: simply set a time and date, send attendees the location and know that they’ll be greeted professionally by the staff.
Whether you’re scheduling your next video conference or big in-person meeting, renting a conference room is the smart solution. Bartelt | Nix Reporting, LLC offers fully-equipped conference rooms to rent—ask us how we can help with your next deposition or in-person conference. We also have skilled court reporters ready to help. Get in touch with us today to get started.
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