Harness the Power of H20

Beverages such as coffee, tea and soda definitely have a place at meetings, but sometimes all attendees need is some w-a-t-e-r.

Meeting planners put a lot of thought into what beverages to serve at their events, whether it’s coffee, tea, soda or cocktails. These beverage varieties are essential for many meetings, but sometimes the best — and simplest —   option is water.

Water doesn’t always have to be flat tap water, either. Put fresh fruits or herbs (such as mint) into water to add flavor, or make cocktails with sparkling water. However you choose to integrate water into the meeting menu, attendees are sure to reap the benefits.

5 Reasons to Serve Water at Meetings

Water improves mood. Water helps people feel refreshed. Serve water to help attendees avoid dehydration and keep their spirits high and moods positive.


Water keeps headaches at bay. Dehydration can cause headaches, so tackle the problem before it becomes an issue by keeping water within reach at all times.


Water keeps energy levels high. Feeling tired is a sign of dehydration. Keep sleepiness on the sidelines with lots of water.


Water aids concentration. Dehydration has been shown to impair attention span, memory and motor skills. Help attendees stay focused and refreshed during a long day of meetings by serving water.


Water improves brain function. When people become dehydrated, their brain tissue shrinks, which means their brains have to work harder to perform at a normal level. Provide water to keep brains performing at their peak!