The following page has been designed to help onboard you as a new member of The Speak Easy. Please take the time to read through and familiarize yourself with the information below. If something is missing, don’t hesitate to ask another member. If they can’t help you, ask another member or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, we ask that you bookmark this page so that you are able to refer back to it in the future. Cheers, The Speak Easy
Rules & Culture
The Speak Easy has a variety of meeting areas available for member use including four smaller breakout rooms and one larger conference room. While there isn’t a monthly cap on how often members can use these rooms, we do ask that members be mindful.
The smaller breakout rooms offer semi-private meeting areas for anywhere from 2-8 people and must be reserved in person up by writing your name/date/time on the whiteboard outside the room you wish to reserve. Reservations for these rooms can be made up to a week in advance. Members can reserve a breakout room for up to 4 hours/per day/per member.
The larger conference room offers a private meeting area for up to 25 people. Reservations for the conference room can be made online through Calendly. Calendly will not allow you to reserve the conference room day-of, at night, on weekends, or more than 90 days in advance. Weekend reservations can only be made 2 weeks in advance pending availability. Members can check the availability of the conference room using this link. If you are looking to reserve the conference room for evening hours please contact us at email@example.com.
Please find a description of these meeting areas below:
- Four semi-private meeting areas for 2-8 people
- Reservations muse be made in person
- Television capabilities in rooms 2 and 4 for onscreen projection
- Rooms 1-3 include large whiteboards
- A private meeting room for up to 25 people
- Reservations must be made online through Calendly system
- Television capabilities for onscreen projection
- Chalkboard walls for brainstorming