It also works perfectly for clients looking to showcase something only outside space can provide – room for sports brands to launch their products, for example, or a brand to do a fashion shoot.
Perhaps you want to organise something physical, like a yoga class or a more upbeat team building activity. Hosting any of these things outside is essentially an extension of the venue.
The only difference is that instead of outside space being a ‘nice to have’ you can now use it to make the venue work harder for you.
It’s easily the most practical feature
There are lots of reasons using outside space can be far more practical than using the inside alternative.
For example, older listed buildings may have indoor rules and regulations, so outdoor functionality can solve those problems (think drinks receptions on a terrace as opposed to in a makeshift foyer).
Even during cooler climes, where the landscape takes on a different demeanour, an outdoor occasion is still as vibrant.
So next time you’re beginning the search for the perfect venue, put outside space at the top of the list; you’ll be ticking boxes for the guests, for your event and for your brain.
Contact us today to find out about hosting your next event.