The most dynamic companies out there are giving their conference rooms names and themes that reflect the essence of their brand. BuzzFeed styles their conference room names after millennial acronyms like LOL, OMG, and WTF; Facebook has a set of rooms named after Star Wars characters crossed with beverages, like Darth Jager and Jar Jar Drinks. Etsy has a set named after mashups of musicians and food, like Fleetwood Mac ‘n’ Cheese and Oreo Speedwagon. Other names out there are The IT WarRoom, The Batcave, and The Bromance Chamber.
A great conference room name with a corresponding decor can boost office morale, and bring a surprise blast of levity to an otherwise bland office visit. It’s a great way restate or revamp the personality of the company’s brand. Also, it helps everyone remember where the meeting is. Room numbers are easy to forget; It’s much harder to forget “Wu Tang Clams.”
A bad board room is the worst, the cream walls, the dead grey floors, the austerity literally sucks the life and humanity out of everyone present.
If you have the choice to name and decorate you conference room, you should. There’s a good way and a bad way to do it. The bad way is having it decreed from on high. The good way is taking these steps below to naming a killer conference room.
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