A boardroom is a space that is used to hold meetings between the Board of Directors and senior managers of the company. These meetings are used to discuss important issues and the board is accountable for ensuring that the company makes decisions in line with shareholders’ interests. In spoken communication, ‘boardrooms may also refer to activities that are believed to be occurring in a boardroom for business purposes despite not actually taking place in one.

A boardroom is a common feature in any place, but it is usually located within the corporate offices. It can seat up to twenty people and is typically equipped with large touchscreens that can be used for visual presentations during meetings. A typical meeting will involve an agenda which is given out ahead of time to ensure the participants know what to expect during the meeting.

The majority of boardrooms have storage cabinets which can be used to store various types of audio-visual equipment if not in use. A typical boardroom will include the Blu-ray player, and LCD display. Based on the size of the boardroom it could be necessary to install multiple display screens as well as an Extron DVS 605 Plus scaling switcher in order to work with a variety of sources. In addition to the AV equipment, most boardrooms are equipped with a videoconferencing setup that allows participants to take part from locations other than the physical meeting location.