I’sizwe offers a number of options when it comes to setting up venues, to suit your conference or function needs.
Examples as follows:
Theatre Seating Style
Useful for briefing a large group, to initiate a policy or build morale and where writing by attendees is not required to take place.
Classroom Seating Style
Used for briefing a group who are also required to take notes and perhaps work in smaller groups for exchanging information, or problem solving.
Boardroom Seating Style
This arrangement all participants to see each other in the conference and is useful for securing agreement, solving a problem amongst the group, or any discussion that takes place amongst a group no larger than 20. This arrangement encourages participation of all attendees.
Hollow Square Seating Style
With this set-up the participants face each other, unlike the boardroom arrangement, and has more space between from participants.
U-Shaped Seating Style
Enables group interaction but the conference is focused around a facilitator in the front of the group.
Cabaret Seating Style
Used for briefing were groups are also required to take notes and perhaps work in small groups for exchanging information or problem solving.
Banquet Style Seating
A large conference can be arranged in smaller groups seated around tables where group and workshop activities can be performed through the conference. The banquet style also encourages attendees to network with their immediate group at the conference.