How To Choose Corporate Event Tents

There are few things to enhance the look and professionalism of a corporate event or party by using a high quality event tent. Whether used for shielding guests from sun, rain or cold, it’s important to have a tent that is sturdy, attractive and large enough to accommodate guests. There are a few tent-types to choose from which include pole tents which feature the traditional look with high-peaks, framed tents which can be large and more room-like, pop-up structures that provide quick set-up, to the newest innovation in event tents and the “igloo” type inflatable structure. To choose the right tent, it’s important to consider the use, the location and the support needed to set-up and break-down the tent.

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Planned use of a special events tent is important to think about when looking to purchase or rent an enclosure. If the need is for a one-time event, renting is practically the best option. In this case, relying on the recommendation from a supplier based on the specifics of the need and their experience is the smartest option. In this case, traditional pole or framed tent enclosures make sense.

For recurring use, purchasing makes the most sense. Again, the type of use is important to consider. Many corporations, clubs and universities need event tents to act as a meeting hub during events. In this case, one of the considerations is logistics. If the tent needs to accommodate a wide range of situations and terrain, a lighter more portable structure is preferable. This makes transport or shipping to the event simpler, as well as moving the structure to the final set-up location (say in the middle of a field or parking lot).

To choose the most suitable corporate event tent for your events, you may visit www.nofusseventhire.com.au for more information.

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