Location – Where would you like to host your conference? A city center will be available for attendees that are traveling from out-of-town, particularly for those coming by train, coach or bus.
Alternately, conference venues are found in out-of-center business parks or even out in the countryside, however, if you’re thinking of this sort of venue then it’s prudent to consider selecting a conference venue that’s close to a motorway and is not too tricky to get to by other means.
Size – How many people are you hoping to get along with your seminar? It’s important to select a venue that could accommodate the perfect number of individuals: a half-empty conference won’t look good for your company, nor will a convention that’s so closely packed that people are too hot and uncomfortable. Therefore, pick conference venues in Auckland that could accurately and realistically accommodate the number of arrivals you’re anticipating.
Facilities – Another important consideration when selecting conference place is what facilities it provides, from the sort of catering (see below) into the kinds of rooms available. Do you call for a major conference hall, small seminar rooms or a combination of both? Most convention venues will have all kinds of facilities and rooms available for you to use, but it’s imperative to be certain that the venue’s facilities fit the conference’s needs and requirements.