Save time with a travelling meeting room

The bus

This is a first. A friend of mine, Tom Ball, is the brains behind a unique idea that could be of use and interest to many professional firms. Hence the reason I’m blogging about it.

AllABoardroom is a meeting room and bar aboard a customised bus. They removed the seats and put in a proper boardroom for 8 people and a bar – and a fireplace.  It’s an inspired idea and provides an innovative working environment for upto 8 people. A boardroom and an executive bar so you can work together and have fun as you travel.

I think it could work well for small team away days so you can work while you travel to your eventual destination. It can also be used for meetings on the go between clients, meetings with prospects – you take the boardroom to them, touring offices and at an exhibition. I’m sure there are many more uses too.

They’ve got a competition to win a free day for your team. Have a look if the idea intrigues you: www.allaboardroom.com

By |2010-03-04T20:21:47+00:00March 4th, 2010|Productivity, Uncategorized, Useful links|

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Mark Lee FCA is an accountancy focused futurist, influencer, speaker, mentor, author and debunker.

3 Comments

  1. Emily Coltman 7th March 2010 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    Thanks for this link, Mark. What a fantastic idea!

    Now… does the bus have WiFi? I’m off to their site to find out…

    M

  2. Sue 11th March 2010 at 11:29 pm - Reply

    There have been training buses for quite a few years, mostly with IT training equipment. I first used them about 10 years ago and they were really great then. This seems like a long overdue and great extension.
    Sue

  3. Adrian Cohen 24th March 2010 at 2:11 pm - Reply

    This is by no means a first I did this 20/25 years ago. i was finance director of a company called Berryhurst and we had a few office type coaches…..all different layouts. One in particular was called the Battle Bus and was hired by the liberal party. this one also had showers, toilets and sleeping accomodation. We had mobile phones and PC connections even back in those days.

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