where you are going to make the speech will also determine the type
will give the event its own identity, making it more or less formal.
in a small meeting room is not the same as speaking in an auditorium,
or from the town hall's balcony.
should know the place where he/she is going to present and bear it
in mind when he/she is rehearsing.
its dimensions, find out if there are projecors, black boards, etc:
if the room is big enough to move around in; find out if you will
have space to move around between the audience (for example, in
a university class room, etc).
be good to find out, besides knowing these details, if you can carry
out the last general rehearsal at the location, the day before the
will allow you to familiarize yourself with the place, which will
also help you to relax you a little, making you less nervious.
do not have the possibility to visit the room/area, you should at
least get in contact with the organizers of the event so that they
can give you information about its characteristics.
shouldn't do is not know anything about the place where you are going
to speak until the very last moment, as you don't want any last minute
surprises which are difficult to solve.
if they don't have a projector to show your slides on which you
have already prepared, if there isn't a stand for you to use to
place your notes, if the platform is too small, etc.
to make sure that you avoid any unforseen elements that could ruin