Ideas for Business Conference Centerpieces

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Centerpieces for business conferences can serve a variety of purposes. Using flowers, snacks or product examples can make a meeting room more inviting or help to relate information. Depending on who will attend the meeting and how long it last, you can also use a centerpiece of snacks, such as fruit or nuts.

Fruit Basket or Snack Centerpiece

  • Use a fruit basket or snack centerpiece for longer meetings, in which you anticipate few breaks. Snack centerpieces include a variety of candies, fruits and trail mixes, which will are unobtrusive during a presentation. Serve these snack centerpieces with either water, coffee or tea, depending on the attendants' tastes.

Flowers

  • Use understated flower centerpieces that are not taller than the participants' shoulder level. In place of flowers, use several potted, low-growing greenery. Live plants freshen the air, making the meeting room more comfortable for attendants.

Informational Materials

  • Use informational materials as centerpieces for meetings with clients. This allows the clients to focus on the presentation rather than taking notes.

Product Displays

  • Using product displays as centerpieces provides your clients with a visual of the products discussed during the meeting. Options for product displays include cut-away parts, which show the interior workings of parts or samples. The client can view the product firsthand and interact with others at the table.

References

  • "Successful Meetings: How to Plan, Prepare, and Execute Top-Notch Business Meetings"; Shri Henkel; 2007
  • "Suddenly a Centerpiece: Assemble These Clever Table Designs in No Time at All"; Sher Simon; 2004
  • "Event Planning: The Ultimate Guide To Successful Meetings"; Judy Allen; 2009
  • Photo Credit Patrick Ryan/Lifesize/Getty Images
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