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Multi-purpose Creative Store Front in DTLA
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
This space in Downtown LA is a multi-purpose creative space available on a temporary basis. As a space for production services, there is one large storefront with wrap-around window displays on either side of the space and a corner view of the street. There is a mezzanine space upstairs that can be used as a space for storage. The neighborhood also features popular restaurants like DTLA Ramen and Dune (next door) as well as the ACE Hotel (across the street).
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Creative Filming Location #4
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Los Angeles, CA
Large 10000 Sq ft warhose, used as a location Available for Filming, Photo shoots, Video Shoot, Music Rehearsal, Dance rehearsal, , photo Shoot and more. Is a space with concrete Block walls, Metal beam on sealing, The walls have graffiti art work. You are allowed to create your own art work or Graffiti for your project. The property Is in Downtown LA area. Large private parking is available. Is available for bought day and night time projects. Being is industrial area, noise tolerance is very high. This ad represents our space # 4 . The location is part of a large property with the following additional large Indore and outdoor spaces: Space #1)Approximately 17,500 sq. ft. -divided into two spaces each 8,720 sq. ft. (but can be joined to create one large space) Space #2) Approximately 14,500 sq. ft. Space # 3) Approximately 6,000 sq. ft. Space #4) Industrial Location in the same complex Outdoor locations: Space # 5) A large and private urban environment located behind the venue, with Private railroad track that is no longer active surrounded with Graffiti art. Space #6) Large historic Brick Courtyard Space #7) Dark Tunnel Key Words: Graffiti, Graffiti wall, Graffiti yard, Platform, Stairs, rod iron stairs, art graded,artistic, Brick wall, wall ,Urban,Gang, Gang sign,Tagging,Colorful wall, wall with painting,Train, Railroad, Antique Brick wall, Brick Warehouse, Historic location, rustic warehouse, rustic building, film,video filming, Photo shoot, still photography, wedding,event, DTLA ,Downtown Los Angeles,Art show, Beer festival, commercial, Commercial filming, commercial video. stage building, outdoor filming, outdoor concert, outdoor space, location for filming, filming location,concert hall, concert location, music location,Catering space, catering warehouse. private courtyard,crew parking,Dancing, 1920"s, concerts, fashion, fashion shows, festivals, filming, industrial, music, music events, photo shoots, private events, railroad, set rental, sets, stages, studio, urban, venue, venue rental, video, video shoots, graffiti, warehouse, historic, private courtyard,music rehearsal, dance rehearsal, Ballet, Opera ,Comedy show, corporate meeting, seminar
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Furniture showroom gallery
  • $849/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
8,000 sq. ft., light filled, two-level flagship store featuring its contemporary and classic kitchens and bathroom furniture. On the first level, fronted by 100 linear feet of full height windows, sit contemporary kitchens in a loft like, open environment. On the lower level, in a cozy and inviting atmosphere, sit a wide array of more transitional styles and a full collection of bathroom vanities. Kitchens are installed as both vignettes and fully functional cooking spaces.
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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.
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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
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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.
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Loft Style Event Space.
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Las Vegas, NV
Our space is blank canvases that will allow you to easily bring your creative vision to life. This is great for micro-events with small gatherings such as baby showers, pop-up shops, meetings, and more! This elegant loft-style storefront has a parking lot directly in front of both spaces. The location is easily accessible from the I-15 off the Charleston exit in The Arts District, just minutes from the Vegas Strip and Downtown Vegas. We're located in an active area with a bar just across our courtyard that is lively at times, mainly on nights and weekends. There is also a restaurant across the street and multiple restaurants, bars, and coffee shops within walking distance. Depending on your layout, there is seating for up to 40 or standing room for up to 50. Your rental comes with all the necessary amenities you could hope for that are listed below at no extra cost. • Free Wi-fi • Free parking • Tripod laptop stand • 40 Black folding chairs • Eight 30" black bar stools • Air-conditioning/heating • Four 31"x 43" cocktail tables • Six rectangular 6ft folding tables • Bluetooth speaker for background music • 70" TV with HDMI input to connect your laptop, and a soundbar for quality audio Rental rates are as follows: • Friday - Sunday is $100 per hour if booking five hours or more, or $150 per hour with a two-hour minimum *some restrictions apply. • Monday - Thursday is $100 per hour with a two-hour minimum. • Full day buyouts are $1,000 from 8 AM - 10 PM. • After hours rates are $150 per hour from 10 PM - 12 AM. • Holiday rentals are billed at $150 per hour and require a five-hour minimum or a full-day buyout for $1,500. Any additional time added after you initially book is billed at $150 per hour from 8 AM - 10 PM, or $200 per hour from 10 PM - 12 AM. *Please note that setup and breakdown time should be included in your start/end time when booking. Your rental begins at your confirmed booking time, and not the time that you arrive. If you have not arrived 30 minutes past your rental start time, and have not communicated regarding your late arrival, you will automatically forfeit your rental time slot and not be credited toward a future rental.
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Light-filled Versatile Penthouse Venue
  • $1000/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Conveniently located in the bustling enclave between Dupont Circle and Downtown DC, this airy 3-in-1 outdoor venue is light-filled and spacious, with a dynamic floor plan to suit your individual needs. A penthouse conference facility, sprawling lounge and landscaped terrace offer a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor possibilities—the perfect perch from which to escape the hustle and bustle below. 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 Focus Group on Giggster

Jaxson A.
$ 4950
11 hours
60 people
4 years ago
The conference room is a good space for a focus group with glass walls and plenty of light. Included parking and easy access from the 405.
Kate H.
$ 100
2 hours
20 people
3 years ago
Near to everything, this home made a great place for a focus group. Easy street parking, lots of light, very clear kitchen area, nice and quiet. Thanks Josh!
Etienne Y.
$ 150
3 hours
25 people
3 years ago
Close to literally everything in this area, this house was simply great for a focus group meeting. Easy street parking, lots of light, tidy kitchen area, nice and quiet. Thanks Josh!
Araceli A.
$ 300
6 hours
30 people
3 years ago
This conference room is just how it's supposed to be: glass walls, plenty of light and air. Worked here with a focus group. The offer included parking and easy access from the 405.

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About Focus Groups

Whether you’re meeting up with a couple of friends to provide feedback on shows watched or meeting up with strangers to discuss newly released products, focus groups are events that are relatively easy to set up. The challenge lies in obtaining a venue that adheres to the theme as well as getting individuals that are similar to each other.

These events are often used as a confirmatory research technique that allows researchers to obtain information and observe how a group of individuals support or refute beliefs and opinions on topics discussed. This means that focus groups can be anything from a quick get-together to a planned affair with many individuals showing up to the venue. With researchers needing the most natural response from the members attending, it's wise to consider the type of venue to not scare or intimidate the candidates participating in the focus group.

Before planning out the various amenities you plan on bringing on-site, it's wise to consider a few factors to ensure that your venue helps your cause instead of impeding it. These can range from the layout of the location of your focus group to other factors like accessways and the size of the venue chosen. Figuring out these smaller things can make your focus group flow smoothly and can elicit the most natural response from the participants.

The Best Focus Group Venues

The venue is one of the most important aspects of a Focus Group. Having a venue that makes a group of strangers feel comfortable allows them to express their feelings and thoughts freely, which is always a positive thing for the researcher conducting the focus group. Consider a few of the possible options when planning out a potential focus group venue.

  • Offices
    Offices are made so that people can perform at peak productivity and without any distractions. This makes them ideal locations for a focus group site as they also have most of what you need when conducting this type of event: chairs, tables, and sometimes a podium or a projector with screens. Many office spaces nowadays have an open layout, encouraging communication and helping produce a comfortable atmosphere.

  • Event Spaces
    These can range from indoor to outdoor venues, and each event space comes with unique features which make them desirable locations to host your upcoming focus group. Depending on what your focus group’s topic is going to be, it might be best to consider some of the event spaces out there as they can provide you with exactly what you need. Consider the example of a minimalistic event space in Mission Hills, San Diego for your next focus group.

  • Film Studios
    These locations are perfect for virtual focus groups as film studios generally have all the equipment you need to set up a virtual focus group already on-site. From tripods and professional cameras to greenscreens and rig lighting, you can plan a variety of setups that can be utilized in your upcoming focus group.

  • Warehouse
    Although most warehouses are considered large and spacious areas, certain smaller warehouses could be perfect for your upcoming focus group. These smaller warehouses are often bare which allows you to decorate the place to your liking to make a more comfortable atmosphere for those who are attending.

What to Look for in Focus Group Spaces

Before finalizing your decision on a specific focus group space, considering some aspects of the venue that you’re going to rent is vital. These smaller features add up in a big way and can either help or be the detriment of your focus group.

  • Location
    Obtaining a focus group site that can be reached through both public transportation and personal vehicles is important. It's wise to consider if there’s enough parking space at your venue and if there isn’t, it’s advisable to consider renting out some street-side parking spaces.

  • Accessibility
    Ensuring that everyone can enter and exit the venue without any difficulties is also essential. This includes wheelchair ramps and accessways for those who require mobility scooters. Moreover, it's important to consider the option of bigger accessways if you need to bring larger equipment into the venue.

  • Size
    One of the biggest factors to consider when looking for a potential focus group location is size. The size of the venue affects how many participants can utilize the facility without feeling too crowded and uncomfortable. Getting a venue that is large enough to not feel cramped but at the same time isn’t too big that it feels awkward to be in the venue, is important.

  • Features
    Some venues, like outdoor ones, lack certain features that indoor venues have, like proper ventilation, heating, and cooling systems, and in some cases, restrooms. Making sure that your venue has everything needed to ensure the comfort of the participants is essential to get the most natural response.

  • Security
    Hosting a focus group in a relatively dodgy environment can make everyone feel on edge and may influence the answers that the focus group leans towards. Ensuring that everyone feels safe and secure is important and should be considered when choosing a venue for your upcoming event.

Focus Group Inspirations

With the sky being the limit, you can come up with all sorts of locations to use as your upcoming focus group location. Here are some ideas to get the gears in your mind moving.

  • Virtual Focus Group at a Podcast Studio
    These studios have everything you need to make a successful focus group online. Having a stable Wi-Fi connection and a variety of gear, you can host your upcoming virtual focus group at a podcast studio.

  • Laid-Back Focus Group at a Restaurant
    Consider a wide range of topics at a restaurant, where the atmosphere is comforting and relaxed. With the ambiance of food being cooked and the aromas wafting through the area, your focus group is bound to be natural with their responses.

  • Corporate Focus Group in a Conference Room
    Get into the mood for a corporate focus group in a conference room. These places are generally soundproof which allows you to discuss sensitive topics without worrying if people on the outside can hear your voice.

  • Marketing Focus Group at an Art Gallery
    Ensuring that everyone is encouraged by the art that surrounds them can provide you with new and original ideas for how to market new products. With many art galleries with different themes, you’re bound to find one that suits the product you’re trying to market.