Meet your clients comfortably

As we recently stated, and we cannot stress this enough, meeting your clients face to face is crucial for a healthy business relationship. And of course you can meet your clients anywhere that makes the both of you feel comfortable. Which raises the question, how do you get comfortable in the first place?

Glad to help

There are a lot of aspects that contribute to making one feel comfortable. Think of a smiling receptionist that greets you when you walk in, and is willing to help you out. Now, this is a good start in making you feel welcomed when you arrive somewhere. Next up: where are you? Did you have to walk a few kilometres before you arrive on a location, or was it very close to public transport? We thought so too. Being able to arrive by public transportation will make you feel comfortable, because less effort equals more comfort.

Sit down, relax

Let’s talk about styling. Of course, sometimes less is more, yet does less make you feel warm and comfortable? Will you feel at home when you see harsh lines and cold chairs? Maybe, but most people will feel a little more at ease when they see comfortable chairs and couches with pillows in a warm environment. We know we sure do. Therefore we make sure that every single aspect, from the receptionist at the door, to the barista, the lobby to the offices and meeting rooms are designed to make you feel welcomed, at ease and comfortable.

Come meet me

Keep your team or your clients comfortable, creative and focused and our staff will ensure you have everything you need. From audio-visual equipment, whiteboards and WiFi, to food and beverage services, we’ve got you covered. We know that sometimes getting out of your everyday environment is just what people need to get the creative juices flowing. Our meeting rooms are open to members and non-members, although members receive special reduced rates.

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