Everyone knows a meeting is better with food. But not all meeting food is created equal. Is your agency trying to send a subtle (or not-so-subtle) message with the type of sandwiches it selected? Is that box of coffee merely a friendly gesture, or also a hint that the meeting is going to run long? And what does it mean when there’s no food in the meeting at all? Our latest Boomm InFAUXgraphic offers you a starter guide to the hidden meanings behind what your agency is serving you for lunch. Got any stories about memorable meeting snacks? Tell us in the comments! And check out more InFAUXgraphics here.
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