Create a work-friendly hybrid conference room

There is a general consensus that the way offices are laid out needs to change after COVID. But what the office should look like is still being determined. Even though there are still many questions regarding the layout and function of the workspace, one thing is certain and that is that the conference space will be at the center of it. Work was typically done from home during the pandemic, but what was missing was the collaboration that comes from teams spending time together in person.

Hybrid working requires physical conference spaces with a robust digital layer. Since almost every meeting includes a member who joins virtually, conference rooms should be equipped with the necessary hardware and software to make these meetings productive, enjoyable, and equally effective for both in-person and remote attendees. Careful consideration should be given to proper video lighting as well as acoustics to make the audio more understandable. Additionally, conference rooms must now be able to be booked online and integrate with other workflow software while being intuitive enough for someone who has never used the space and equipment before. .

The Propmodo Research team created this special report to help you overcome the challenges of creating effective hybrid conference rooms. In this report, we interviewed experts to help understand how offices are adapting their conference spaces to meet new post-COVID requirements. You’ll learn how much space should be allocated to conference rooms, how conferences can be designed for hybrid meetings, and what technologies are being deployed to enhance the collaborative experience.

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