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Flexible Surrey Central Meeting Space
  • $25/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (6)
  • 6
  • Instant book
  • Surrey, BC
As Surrey's first coworking space, Beta Collective is an ideal space for meetups, team meetings, and workshops. We provide flexible hours to allow for evening and weekend rentals. We offer a spacious 10 to 12-person boardroom on the groundfloor equipped with a 65" smart TV and whiteboard. The boardroom can be connected to a larger, open desk area which has a projector screen. A third room on the second floor is a 200sf multi-purpose room with direct access to a kitchen which has a refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, and kettle.
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Bright And Modern Corporate Offices
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Vancouver, BC
Full-floor access for more than 20 offices on the 4th floor in a corporate, modern office space. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the heart of downtown Vancouver, and the reception area is perfect for events, photo and video branding shoots, and everything in between.
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Private Classroom in Inclusive Community Space
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (6)
  • 6
  • Instant book
  • Toronto, ON
Book your next meeting, team off-site or event at downtown Toronto's premier learning centre and modern classroom space. Our building is a 12,000 square foot education centre and is home to hundreds of classes, workshops, meet-ups and events every year. Large windows to provide plenty of daylight, and the attached shades provide the option for a more intimate, cozy atmosphere. This quiet room is directly above Queen St. West, steps away from the best shops, coffee, and lunch spots Toronto has to offer. In addition to being an amazing event space, hosting at this space supports Toronto's digital literacy movement. With your support, we're able to offer discounted space to non-profit groups like Ladies Learning Code. You're an important player in our vision to create a space where all people can learn to code.
SuperHost
"My Dream Kitchen," says everyone.
  • $110/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (8)
  • 8
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Excellent for all of your film or TV shoot, photoshoot, and location needs including hair and makeup HMU, fittings, cooking show, or production office. Open kitchen layout with working oven and stovetop from the 1950's, beautiful large marble countertop, double door refrigerator, large freezer, makers/prep space in the back, loading in and out area with parking surrounded by creative antiques that may be used for props. Many locations available, please inquire about the many other adjacent rooms we have in this 9,000 sq ft building. We understand each shoot or event is unique. Please contact us with your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate a custom price that works for you. Please Note: *Prices start at the listed amount. Pricing is subject to change at the owner's discretion due to: - the number of guests including cast and crew members, - extra space for HMU/ craft services/equipment overflow, - excessive scout visits - usage of props or other rentals, etc. - last-minute room changes or additional rooms being used. *No booking will be approved without a prior scout.
SuperHost
Beautiful And Inspiring Workspace
  • $85/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (17)
  • 17
  • Instant book
  • Vancouver, BC
Event Space available after business hours (after 5:30 pm weekdays or all day on weekends). Fits 40 people seated 55 Standing Suitable for workshops, presentations, and corporate parties*. *We only accept 12-15 people for parties. Food and alcohol accepted
SuperHost
Training Hub
  • $42/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (7)
  • 7
  • Instant book
  • Burnaby, BC
Welcome to Boundary Business Park! Come and enjoy this professionally equipped training space easily configurable as you like. Supplied with commercial tables and chairs to seat up to 25 people. Newly renovated, this bright space is a great option for meetup, auditions, seminar, classroom, lunch & learn, and more! Reception is available Mon-Fri 9am-5pm onsite. The space is configured for early morning or after hours independent access particularly if multiple day sessions are booked. Please message us directly so we may arrange building access information and instructions for you.
SuperHost
Beautiful Shopping Center in Baltimore
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Parkville, MD
Our Beautiful Shopping Center is available for Photo Shoot, Pop Up, Retail, Filming, Film Shoot, Influencer, Production, Video Shoot, Dance Shoot, Music Video, Sound Stage, Art Exhibit, Art Show, Corporate Event, Meeting, Corporate Meeting, Outdoor Event, Event, Gathering, Function Please contact us directly for more information
SuperHost
Huge Marketplace in Lorton
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Lorton, VA
Our Huge Marketplace is available for Photo Shoot, Pop Up, Retail, Filming, Film Shoot, Influencer, Production, Video Shoot, Dance Shoot, Music Video, Sound Stage, Art Exhibit, Art Show, Corporate Event, Meeting, Corporate Meeting, Outdoor Event, Event, Gathering, Function Please contact us directly for more information
SuperHost
STUDIO 2 - Yoga | Meditation | Small Events | Photoshoot
  • $36/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Open for rentals for yoga, meditation, meetings, photoshoot, filming, and more for small group of people. Stuido room 1 can accommodate 20 guests if without equipment. With AC, wifi, and street parking available.
SuperHost
Suite 750
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Office rooms are full of light. Most of the rooms have a city view. Hourly rate shown is based on a still photo shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or less for a minimum of 10 hours. To inquire about availability and rates for filming and/or larger impact bookings, send a message with the following details: - Job Name: - Job Type (Film, TV, Commercial, Photo, Music Video, etc.): - Dates Needed: - # of Hours Needed: - Specific Times Needed: - Areas of Location Needed: - Cast & Crew/Attendees Size:
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What people say about Discussion on Giggster

Evan G.
$ 300
3 hours
30 people
3 years ago
Space for a group discussion was just the right size. Quiet, homey, and good location.
Jonathan H.
$ 200
4 hours
50 people
4 years ago
Great open areas in this house for a group discussion. We rented this during the day, which was great because the light was really nice and we could take breaks out on the back patio. Very nice house location to accomodate a small to medium sized group.
Sinead G.
$ 3000
6 hours
55 people
3 years ago
Great open areas in this house for meetings and discussions. We rented this during the day, which was great because the light was really nice and we could take breaks out on the back patio. Very nice house location to accommodate a small to medium sized group.
Myer B.
$ 3000
6 hours
45 people
3 years ago
Great option for our group meeting, was just the right size. Quiet, homey, and good location.

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About Discussions

No matter whether you’re dealing with matters of business or pleasure, communication is key. From the corporate world to the creative, sometimes sitting down with a group of people and working through some problems, challenges, or opportunities together can lead to rewarding results.

Maybe you’re a producer and you need to sit down with a director and cinematographer to plan your next project. Perhaps you’re putting together a new team at work and you need them to bond and share ideas in a relaxed environment. The list of possibilities is just about endless, but the key to any successful meeting of minds is finding the best discussion space.

From one-on-one chats to group brainstorming sessions, there are discussion venues available to suit an extensive range of circumstances. The trick is finding a space that satisfies all of your requirements.

The Best Discussion Venues

The right discussion location is one that suits what you’re trying to achieve. For example, while some spaces encourage collaboration, others inspire creativity. Some help create a relaxed and informal environment, others have the opposite effect. Be sure to have a clear idea of what you want to get out of your discussion before you start comparing spaces.

  • Business Centers
    If a formal approach is called for, you’ll find meeting rooms to suit at your nearest business center. These venues offer meeting spaces to suit discussions of a variety of sizes, plus they also offer state-of-the-art tech equipment to help with presentations, brainstorming sessions, and sharing ideas.

  • Restaurants and Bars
    If you want to encourage an informal discussion, you might find that conversation flows much easier over a nice meal or a drink or two. From a corner booth in a quiet bar to a private dining room in a restaurant, there are plenty of options to choose from.

  • Creative Spaces
    Hosting a brainstorming session or just looking to approach a problem from a different angle? Look for a discussion venue that boasts unique design, comfortable furniture, and a relaxed atmosphere. The abundant natural light and comfy seating in this downtown LA loft make it the perfect spot to get those creative juices flowing.

  • Theaters and Auditoriums
    If you’re organizing a bigger event with 20 people or more, perhaps a small auditorium or theater space could be a better choice. This can make it easy for the moderator to lead the discussion and ensure that all perspectives are heard.

What to Look for in Discussion Spaces

Finding the right discussion location isn’t always a straightforward job. It’s important to know exactly why you’re having the discussion and what you want to achieve before you start searching for venues. This will help you work out which features your discussion space must-have, and which venues suit your needs to a T.

  • Location
    Take a moment to think about where the majority of attendees will be coming from. Will they be driving themselves, taking public transport, or maybe flying in from interstate or overseas? The right discussion space is one that will be as easy for as many people as possible to get to in time for the planned start.

  • Size and Layout
    The discussion location you select will need to have plenty of space to accommodate all participants comfortably. You don’t want them crammed in like sardines, but nor do you want them to feel lost in a large space. The right venue layout will also vary depending on your needs. Some situations call for a face-to-face discussion, others more of a collaborative round-table environment, and others still for more of a lecture hall-type setup. Remember to consider exactly how conversation will flow when choosing your space.

  • The Right Atmosphere
    The size and layout of the space can have a big impact on the atmosphere it offers. And remember, the ambiance can in turn affect the success (or otherwise) of your discussion. When you find a venue with the right vibe, it’ll subtly encourage creative thinking, intelligent debate, and the sharing of ideas.

  • Facilities and Amenities
    Next, think about whether the discussion space meets all your practical requirements. For example, does it offer private parking and have enough bathrooms? Is catering available on-site or will you need to get it delivered? Does the venue have all the tech gear (like sound systems, projectors, lighting gear, etc.) you need to keep your discussion moving? Put together a wish list of essentials before you start comparing available spaces.

  • Cost
    Last but not least, let’s not forget the all-important matter of your budget. The best discussion forum is one that doesn’t destroy your bottom line, so have a clear idea of how much you can afford to spend and be careful not to exceed it.

Discussion Inspiration

Where should you host your next chat, pow-wow, or confab? There’s no shortage of diverse options to choose from, so check out some of the ideas below if you’re in search of inspiration.

  • Cozy Cafe Confabs
    Sometimes the back and forth is a whole lot more productive when conducted over a good cup of coffee. Look for a cafe that combines a relaxed ambiance with an intimate atmosphere, perfect for those one-on-one or small group chats that call for a casual setting.

  • Brainstorming Sessions in Creative Spaces
    Meeting in the same space each and every time isn’t exactly conducive to innovative thinking. Encourage your team to hunt for new and interesting ideas by taking them off-site to a unique and eclectic meeting space. Think inspirational architecture and interior design, comfortable chairs, and plenty of wall space for recording all your ideas.

  • Q&A Sessions in Lecture Halls
    Not all discussions require equal input from everyone. If you’re hosting a Q&A with an industry expert or some other figure of note, an auditorium or lecture hall could be a good fit. This allows the guest of honor to take center stage and enjoy a stimulating discussion with the audience.

  • Serious Business in Boardrooms
    Some high-powered discussions and decisions are best kept for a formal boardroom setting. If you’ve got important issues to discuss, look for a conference room-style meeting space to create the ideal atmosphere for you to get to work.