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Loungeworks Inc. merges with Chair-man Mills Corp.

Loungeworks Inc. merges with Chair-man Mills Corp. Loungeworks Inc. (“Loungeworks”) is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Canada’s leading event rental provider, Chair-man Mills Corp. (“Chair-man Mills”). The partnership represents an amalgamation of two leading event service providers in Canada. Chair-man Mill’s President & CEO, Chris Doyle, is excited to welcome the team at Loungeworks, “Loungeworks is an industry leader for a reason; their experienced team under the leadership of Tom Stulberg, extensive inventory and professional capabilities is highly complementary to Chair-man Mills. We are looking forward to being an integral partner to Loungeworks’ team and customers. We believe [...]

Loungeworks Inc. merges with Chair-man Mills Corp.2020-12-02T10:20:12-08:00

Increased COVID-19 Related Event Costs?

Who’s Going to Pay Increased COVID-19 Related Event Costs? Last week I wrote a blog post about the impact COVID19 is going to have on the shape and design of events moving forward. In that blog I talked a little bit about the implications of COVID-19 on the cost of events. Since that time, I’ve had the opportunity to sit down and think through what those costs are going to be for us. The result is a bit scary. I looked at the cost of PPE, inventory quarantine and both the loss of revenue and the costs of space; labour costs [...]

Increased COVID-19 Related Event Costs?2020-05-28T14:21:00-07:00

Rethinking How We Design Meeting Spaces

By: Tom Stulberg, President, Loungeworks Inc. Nothing about the way we currently plan meetings makes it easy to create compelling spaces that stimulate and engage delegates. The basic tool set: folding tables and stacking chairs, remains the dominant option meeting planners consider when designing the spaces in which their meetings will take place. To aid planners, venues offer capacity charts and diagrams for banquet, theatre, classroom, boardroom, u-shaped and O-shaped configurations. None of these configurations consider that anything other than a limited and predictable set of 30” high table options and stacking chairs are an option.  Planners embrace this approach as [...]

Rethinking How We Design Meeting Spaces2020-01-14T22:26:53-08:00
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