Ideal for creating social ties and resting minds and making them more efficient, break times are crucial in any conference. In an atypical location, they will also allow you to discover green spaces, walk around a room decorated with works of art, or simply take a breath of fresh air on a balcony with a beautiful view of the city. We underestimate the importance of these small pleasures, perfect for recharging our energy and enthusiasm at the same time. When selecting the location of the conference, it is important to ensure that the location facilitates eating on-site if participants are required to attend in the morning and afternoon. Ideally, it is suggested that the meal be taken care of and shared in a nice room. However, it is also possible to locate in a busy neighborhood so that lunch can be taken at a nearby restaurant. ## Careful attention to the additions that can change everything while keeping your budget in check The art of organizing a conference is based on a particular skill: knowing how to make the right choices among all the options that will delight the audience, while managing to stay within a predetermined budget. To meet this challenge, it is, of course, necessary to draw up a complete set of specifications before planning because this type of event requires, above all, a maximum of anticipation.
To guarantee a conference's success, we can rely on three essential arguments: The speakers (popularity, credibility) - The subjects evoked - The venue. On this last element, it is quite possible to convince more people by proposing an original venue, easy to access, which arouses curiosity and gives sufficient motivation to travel. When the event occurs in an unusual setting, even if the themes remain classic, the target group will be more interested because they will associate the event with something unusual and unexpected, and they will want to know more. Betting on an atypical place does not necessarily cost more, especially when you go through collaborative platforms like Office Riders, creating the link between organizers and people who are looking to use places they own. ## These little extras to boost a conference In a place of art, a chic Parisian apartment, or at the top of a large building with an exceptional panorama, there is already every chance to make potential listeners want to come to the conference. But for the conference to make a real impression and meet specific objectives (motivate teams, have them remember as much information as possible, give a good representation of your company, etc.), a few small touches can change everything. For example, during the coffee break, a musical background (with sounds chosen according to the organizer's identity and the target) can surprise in the right way. Similarly, the simple fact of proposing a welcome breakfast will put everyone in a good mood and facilitate the confidence building of everyone. You can also offer goodies to the participants without forgetting that all these initiatives must remain within the initial budget!