Signs That You Have Found the Perfect Venue and You Need to Close the Deal Soon
by Mashum Mollah Management 24 July 2019
Given your criteria when looking for an event venue, it might be confusing to choose from different options. Some of them might look good, but you can’t afford the cost. Others seem perfect but are not large enough to hold all the attendees. However, you will eventually find the ideal venue, and these signs will tell you that it’s the one.
The place is large enough:
Check the venue first to see if it can accommodate the attendees. Sometimes, the venue owner will advertise that the site can hold up to 200 people. However, it’s only possible when guests simply eat dinner and leave. If you have other activities during the event, the place might not be big enough to hold such a vast number. Once you find a site of the right size for the activities you intend to do, you can go ahead and close the deal.
The payment includes more than just space rental:
It’s also a good thing when you know that your payment will go a long way. If the venue owner will also decorate the place and provide the sound and lighting equipment, it’s a good deal. Even if the cost is slightly higher, you won’t regret it because it’s a package deal. If you search for other options to provide the equipment, you could end up spending more.
The venue is accessible:
You want to make it easy for the attendees to reach the place. If the venue is in an area where public transportation is available, it’s perfect. You also need to check if there’s enough parking space for people who will bring their cars. You might see the number of attendees decrease if you tell them that the venue isn’t easy to access.
You feel good about the place:
Sometimes, when you find the right event venue, there are no words to explain how you feel. You just want to have the event there. You can ask the other people in your team if they feel the same way. If they say yes, you shouldn’t let go of the opportunity to hold the event there. You might even regret it if you delay the transaction and someone else books the venue on your chosen date.
The venue is perfect for social media posts:
Some people don’t even care if they feel comfortable in the venue as long as it’s picturesque. They love to post images on social media. If there are no fascinating views, they won’t like the place. If your attendees are young professionals, you need to consider this standard. It might seem shallow, but it’s how young people think.
Don’t take too much time to determine which venue you want to book. If you’re holding the event at a time when there are lots of other events that might take place, some venues will reject your reservation. If you can start searching for the place months ahead, it would be great.