What is a Board Room?

The boardroom is reserved for the most important meetings of the company. The room can accommodate up to 48 persons (24 at the table, and 24 around the walls). This room is a reflection of K-State Olathe's find effort to respond to the needs of industry for executive space as well as research and training. This room features a more formal decor, with basic audiovisual equipment.

The term "board" brings to mind images of wealthy men seated in a room with a wood panel with high ceilings, discussing corporate policy and pricing for the sole purpose of monopolizing a market or opportunity. The boardroom is now an incubator for innovation which allows collaboration and participation across the globe in making crucial decisions that affect the entire company.

The room's layout should be flexible and capable of adapting to usage. The room should also be outfitted with the modern technology to ensure that meetings are as productive as possible. The environment of the boardroom must be comfortable and welcoming to encourage interaction and encourage exchange of ideas.

A boardroom needs to be equipped with a large screen that can accommodate all attendees. A boardroom must have a large screen that can accommodate everyone in attendance and a projector for displaying presentations and whiteboards. Modern boardrooms also include a video conference system to allow remote attendees to join and create a greater variety among board members. Infassure offers modern boardrooms that have all the necessary equipment to ensure that your next meeting is an absolute success.