Meeting room management articles
A tale of managing space and time
Language is an approximation of thought - so it should come as no surprise that similar expressions tend to be mistaken for one another. Here's how a meeting room manager differs (greatly) from a meeting scheduler.
(and one AI assistant)
Before you can schedule the room in which your meeting is going to take place, you must first agree on a date and time. Turns out, you have many options.
An easy guide
Campuses are a beautiful thing... until you have to manage one. Then they become a beautiful nightmare. Luckily, there are tools that simplify your job. Like YArooms.
There’s a lot of hate out there for meetings. “Wasted time”, some voices say. “Useless banter”, others chirp along. But meetings shouldn’t be the bane of all office-related activities. They have their place, just like everything else.
(it’s not what you think)
A large table surrounded by chairs. Some awards scattered along the walls. Wires everywhere. Window blinds drawn and secured. A faint smell of potpourri coming from a pot of cold coffee. A presentation with walls and walls of text that you can read later. No wonder people spend their time on Facebook rather than paying attention to the discussion.
Use Facebook Remarketing To Boost Your Testimonials
Just because you are a b2b company doesn't mean you cannot use Facebook ads to bolster your meeting room performance.
That can have a great impact on how your company is perceived.
The word branding gets thrown around too easily these days. It started as a business tool and it has become more and more a buzzword. Branding is corporate personality building, nothing more. If you admit that, innovative and out of the box branding ideas should come natural for you and your company’s marketing team.
and 1 you should be looking forward to
Office automation is one of the best trends to have hit the business environment. It allows for fast and secure storage of information and data exchange or management, bridging the gap between software and hardware solutions.
As simple as A,B,C
Listen to your customers - that’s one mantra we’ll never forget. Read on to find out what our engineers have been up to, thanks to your input.
Starting companies have no need for an office manager. Ordering a pizza and two notepads isn’t much of a hassle. Scheduling one meeting per week is simple enough and doesn’t take much time. But what do you do when you start growing?