So what is the difference between a Podium
and a Lectern?
A Podium is a raised platform on which the speaker
stands to deliver their speech.
A Lectern is a raised, slanted stand on which a speaker
can place their notes.
Indoff - Silicon Valley, provides an extensive variety of
lecterns and podiums, from tabletop to stand-alone. They
come in all sizes.
A tabletop lectern can provide a podium in a classroom
where there is no room for a floor standing pulpit. A
desktop podium, whether large or small, can provide ease
to a presenter by having a podium in front of them rather
than just standing in front of fellow classmates, holding
your notes and speaking.
A desktop pulpit, tabletop lectern is a good solution for
a conference room or meeting room where presentations
occasionally take place. A standing podium can be
inconvenient when it has to be moved in and out of a room
from day to day unless it is on casters.
Based on your presentation needs, Indoff-Silicon Valley will
help you discover choices that will achieve your objective.
To the right are many examples of lecterns and podiums.
Click on individual pictures to view larger images.
Lecterns and Podiums choices include wood, laminate, and
acrylic (and a mixture of each) from “off-the-shelf”
options to custom built. Many included audio visual options.