A boardroom is a meeting space used for meetings between the company’s Board of Directors and the senior management. These meetings are used to discuss crucial issues and the directors are responsible for ensuring that all decisions are made by the company in accordance with the interests of shareholders. In spoken communication, “boardrooms are also a reference to activities that are assumed to be occurring in the boardroom of a business organization but aren’t actually happening in one.

A boardroom can be found in any building but is typically located within corporate offices. It can comfortably accommodate up to twenty people and is often equipped with large touch screens for visual presentations during meetings. An agenda is usually distributed prior to the event so that participants are aware of what they can expect.

Most board rooms contain cabinets for storage which can be used to store various types of audio-visual equipment, even when not being used. A typical boardroom setup will include a doc cam and Blu-ray player, an LCD display and a projector. Based on the size of the boardroom, it may be necessary to install multiple display screens and an Extron DVS 605 Plus scaling switcher to work with a variety of sources. Many boardrooms also feature video conference equipment that allows attendees to join the meeting from a different location than the physical meeting room.


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