What, according to Dan Ariely, is the most important thing to consider when renting a meeting room?

What does Dan Ariely thinks is the most important thing to consider when renting a meeting room?
If you’re also excited to hear what Dan Ariely has to say, you’re not alone.

Dan Ariely, a Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, is one of the leading authorities when it comes to predicting and explaining human behavior. He is the founder of The Center for Advanced Hindsight and has co-founded of ​multiple startups. He is the Chief Behavioral Economist of Qapital and the Chief Behavioral Officer of Lemonade.
Ariely’s TED talks and other online videos have been viewed millions of times.
He is the author of ​​New York Times Best Sellers Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, and The Honest Truth about Dishonesty.

As Ariely was using Meet it Place meeting room for the second time, we’ve asked him to share his view, about what makes him come back. And this is what he said:

“There’s lots of co-working places, there’s some places you can have co-working and some meetings.
This place is just dedicated to meetings.

And you can ask- “what’s the benefit of this?”.
First of all, it’s wonderful to have a place for meetings, of all sizes, but I think the important thing with a meeting is that you come to a new place, you don’t know it very well and the question is – Do you and your guests feel like home?

And one of the magical things that have been successful here, both in this branch and in New York and the on one in Israel, is that they have been able to make me feel welcome and at home, where I host a meeting and the people I’m hosting feel like we’re part of a meeting as if it’s in my space.

So when you get the chance – Check it out!

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