Borrow a conference room from a friend who owns a business. Preferably in an executive suite of a building in your downtown. The more security clearance the client has to go through (signing in, verifying they have an appointment, ID checks, metal scanners, pat down, etc.) and the higher the floor the conference room is on, the better. If you don’t have a friend who has a conference room, make one. Do all your meetings in the conference room, pay for your guest’s parking, then go back home to work.
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This is an excellent suggestion. Another approach would be to use a service like Regus where you can rent a conference room at a prestigious property on an as-needed basis.