Naming a conference room is kind of like naming your car. It makes absolutely no sense, but it's a lot of fun and we all do it. We caught up with seven Colorado startups that took a rather eccentric approach to naming their meeting spaces. Check them out:
The Alien Autopsy Room at CommercialTribe
This conference room got its name after the last occupant of the space (a newspaper agency) left several waist-high metal tables lined up in the middle of the room. The operating room mystique is long gone, as are the tables, but the name persists.
The Cumulus Room at Cloud Elements
It's funny because, you know, they're named Cloud Elements and Cumulus is a type of a cloud...
The Sane Room at iTriage
The Pork Chop Sandwich Experiment at LogRhythm
Next Steps Room at Wishlist
All of the conference rooms at Wishlist are named after tech buzz words. But even better than that, they actually named their bathrooms: Front End Development & Back End Development. Ya, think about it for a bit. Also, their game room is named Pushing the Needle, which is pretty awesome.
The Cherry Creek Room at RingCentral
If you've been in Denver more than five minutes, you know what this room is named after. Apparently it's pretty common to find RingCentral employees staring wistfully out at the mountains in the distance, channelling their inner Jack Donaghy's.
The Aspen Room at Wayin
Just about everything sounds swanky if you name it Aspen, and this conference room is no exception. Wayin recently moved to a bigger, newer and all around more badass office, and they've named all their conference rooms after mountain towns.