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Getting the Most Out of Your Tarrytown Meeting

Posted by: Tarrytown House Estate
08 Dec
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Getting the Most Out of Your Tarrytown Meeting
Tarrytown is an attractive destination for your meeting in Hudson Valley but there are some things you need to do to make sure your next business event is as productive as possible. Here are some ways to get the most out of your Tarrytown meeting and business events:

Tips for Productive Meetings in Tarrytown

1. Make group travel plans. If the meeting will be longer than a day, some of your attendees will want to stay overnight. Check on group rates so you can book a package of rooms at a discount and look for venues that offer business traveler amenities so guests can stay productive while on the road.

2. Prepare an agenda ahead of time. Give attendees ample time to prepare for the meeting by sending agenda items at least one or two days in advance. This can help the group focus and prepare questions.

3. Choose a venue that caters to business travelers. You'll find several meeting venues and destinations around Tarrytown but only some offer modern amenities, spacious event space, and team building and group activity programs onsite. Take the time to find a venue that will keep your attendees energized, focused, and productive.

Meeting Planning in Tarrytown

Plan your next meeting at the Tarrytown House Estate in the heart of Hudson Valley. The campus is home to several historic buildings and modern facilities. You can rent out the entire King Mansion for group events or host an event in the state-of-the-art conference rooms in the Atrium. Our meeting concierge is here to coordinate all of the details to ensure a successful event. Learn more about meeting services available at Tarrytown House Estate.
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