HB Connect has various rooms so you can plan you event to perfection. The seating arrangement is very important and can get fairly complicated with the amount of people attending your conference. Communication is a top factor at any event; you want your audience to receive your message loud and clear. Once you have received all your RSVP’s you can put some thought into how you would like your seating style to be. Both the speaker/presenter and the audience should be comfortable with the visual and auditory range.
Chairs are aligned in consecutive rows and face the front of the room, so your audience will experience a theatre or cinema effect. This is a good seating arrangement for larger audience as the auditorium provides maximum seating. Auditoriums provide excellent seating arrangements for product launches, presentations and general meetings.
We have all been to school so this style takes us back to school, with chairs and tables in consecutive straight rows. The classroom provides a similar effect to the auditorium for a smaller and more intimate audience.
This style of seating is in the shape of the letter U, with the tables and chairs arranged with an open end with the audience facing inwards. The open end allows for a focal point for the audience whilst being open for the presenter/speaker to engage wit the audience members. This seating is popular for training, conferences, workshops and meetings.
Usually there is a large elongated table, with the audience all facing inwards, encouraging the audience to interact as they all face inwards. The boardroom seating is great for small meetings, interviews, small presentations and company briefings.
With over 10 conference rooms and an auditorium, HB Connect can assist you with your seating arrangements. Chairs and tables can be moved to give your audience the attention they deserve. With so many different seating styles, make sure that you use as much floor space as possible for maximum benefits and comfort.