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Modular training tables for meeting and collaboration
How does a company find a good modular table? To start with, the table should be easy to fold, to turn, to push and to pull. It should have a good strong leg with a cast iron or steel welded base. I usually recommend doing one side with locking casters and the other side with a fixed adjustable post. That way the table does not move until you are ready to move it. The problem with both sides having casters is that often people forget to lock the casters causing the table to roll around when pushed.
Measure your room to see what really fits. Make sure you have enough space to walk behind each chair even if the chair is pulled out from the table. There is nothing worse that trying to squeeze out of a meeting and creating a big ruckus as you are leaving.
Also make sure you have a side table for a room phone or for serving coffee or food during the meeting. That way your table remain clean and ready for the next meeting.