What is a Board Room?

The boardroom is used for the top-level meetings of a company. It can accommodate up to 48 people (24 can be sitting at tables and 24 people can be situated around the walls). This space reflects K-State Olathe’s commitment to meet requirements of the industry in executive meetings space and research as well as training. It’s a more formal space with an elegant decor and basic audiovisual equipment.

The word “board” is a thought that brings back memories of deep wood paneled high-ceiling rooms where wealthy men deliberate on pricing and policy for their company to take over a market or create an opportunity. The boardroom is now an area of innovation which allows collaboration and participation across the globe in making decisions that impact an entire business.

As such, the design of the room should be able to adapt to its usage. The room should also be outfitted with the latest technology to ensure that meetings are as productive as possible. In addition, the environment of the room must be welcoming and comfortable to encourage participation and encourage the exchange of ideas.

A boardroom must be equipped with a screen large enough to accommodate all attendees. A boardroom needs a large screen that can accommodate everyone in attendance and the ability to project presentations and allowing whiteboards. Modern boardrooms may also have videoconferencing software that allows attendees from remote locations to connect and allow for a greater variety of people on the boardroom. Infassure equips modern boardrooms to ensure that your next meeting goes smoothly.





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