In an ever changing industry, there is a time and place for large and small meetings and events. Sometimes you just want or need the basics. No hotel rooms. No entertainment. Just space to meet, with audiovisual equipment, and possibly some food to keep your attendees attentive.
After planning so many larger events, finding ‘meeting only’ space can sometimes be tricky. Midwest Meetings wants to help you with the guess work, so here are a few ‘meetings only’ options you might want to consider.
See a few options here below.
Tasteful elegance awaits at Cherry Hill Event Center in Columbia, MO. Their concept of offering maximum flexibility allows for an all-access event, including WiFi, A/V, an event coordinator, and a dance floor, if you want one. The four event spaces range from warm and comfortable to courtyard views, so there is something for every type of meeting or event.
A unique urban loft in Cincinnati, OH, BrainStorm, is a great creative space for up to 100 attendees. With 4,000 sq. ft. of open area, a private conference room, full kitchen, lounge, and breakout rooms your event can go from daytime meeting to evening cocktails without changing locations.
WorkLab in Grand Rapids, MI provides groups with the necessities. Their all-inclusive meeting packages make it a breeze for planners. The multiple meeting rooms can host up to 30 attendees, with state-of-the-art technology, natural light, and gourmet meal options. Copying and printing services are also included, along with concierge services.
Do you know of a great ‘meetings only’ venue? Let our Editor know more by contacting her at Charmaine@MidwestMeetings.com