Seminar Staging

Facilitate open discussions with staging designed for letting conversation flow.

Whilst they share many similarities, seminars are typically much briefer than conferences. It is important to let ideas circulate and get key points across to attendees in this condensed time period.

At IMA, our seminar staging promotes discussion and targets focal areas of conversation for a successful and productive event.

With over a decade operating in the event construction industry, our professional team is versed in meeting the diverse criteria of bespoke corporate events. We manage the design, manufacture, and installation of staging and set design, for total peace of mind regarding the construction of your seminar.

Speed and cost-efficiency is critical to this; the brevity of seminars means it is necessary to work quickly and on budget to help you get the most out of your event. With all processes undertaken in-house, IMA works swiftly to ensure timelines are met, with our products designed for total cost-efficiency and effectiveness.

Included within this is our standardised framing and panelling systems, suited to all size conferences for a straightforward assembly process.

IMA offers event construction on a global scale, supported by our industry connections and robust supply chain across the UK and Europe. We are experienced in providing high-quality, bespoke construction for all size events, with our outstanding team catering to the unique needs of our clients for complete customer satisfaction.

What is seminar staging?

Seminar staging refers to the construction of a room for a seminar - an academic event, often held within an institution or university, for a discussion around a specific topic. A seminar is often less formal and smaller than a conference, therefore will require different staging. A seminar may only require a projection screen, a small platform and lectern for the speaker.

How do you host a seminar?

To host a successful seminar, visual engagement is important. The speaker and any visual props must be visible to all members of the audience, so it’s important to consider the size of the audience and seating arrangement. A platform or stage may be useful, alongside a microphone or projection screen to ensure your main points are portrayed clearly.