What if you could host your next corporate event in a pimped out Jet Hangar?
How about a hangar full of Classic Cars? Or even a helicopter hangar?
Countless companies have been there and done that and got the T-shirt. Ballrooms however swanky, have come to be predictable. In order to be noticeable and electrify your guests leave an impression, they would in no way could have expected. Approach your next venue selection outside any space that was created exclusively for meetings.
While a prestigious chain hotel or bold new convention center can set the stage for a thoroughly lovely event, occasionally clients need a truly exclusive backdrop for their corporate event. Standing out from the cluster includes more than marvelous décor and well-played music—the venue secures the complete event. And when a run of the mill venue just won’t do, take into account an out-of-the-box space to set the stage for an exceptionally exceptional event.
Places that were once seen as too cold, dark and unfinished for weddings and events – are now being thought of as hip cool, urban and trendy. It is not that astonishing that event trends get their cues from architecture, creative design and truthfully fashion week; however, it is a bit staggering just how far behind the event industry is on some of these trends. However, as millennials continue to push the limit on old traditions, and look at their events as an opportunity to reflect their unique personality, hopefully we’ll see the industry start to catch on.
Personalities of Industrial Spaces:
Exposed Brick Walls
Exposed ceiling structure and systems
Large doors and Windows
Concrete, Epoxy or Wood Floors
Open Floor Plans no obstructions
History of Industrial Era Factory