Background I'm 21 years old, working for company A since three months. I joined company A for an internship, I'm working with them part-time and I want to stay with them at least until next September, when I'll graduate. Company A already spoke with me about the offer they'll be extending to me after September: as it's not negotiable and way below the average pay, I told them I'm not comfortable with it but I also told them I want to accept it. In reality I'm only accepting it to have more negotiation power with other companies, and I'll quit in September, or as soon as I find another offer with a better pay (the one which comes first).
Problem During my job hunting, I got the opportunity to know company B's CEO: we had a phone conversation to know each other and he expressed his interest in me; on my part I'm interested in them too: company B is smaller and younger than A, but seems to offer better career opportunities, paid training time and a fair pay. We agreed to get in touch again when I'll be done with the last university exams. Company B's CEO offered me to visit their offices so we could meet in person and I could see where they are and how do they work. I don't really know what to expect from this informal meeting, nor do I know what does him expect. I'm new in job hunting, so I have no prior experience of similar requests. How is this meeting different from an interview? What do you think I can expect and what do you think are they expecting?
Thank you, and forgive me if I made some mistakes, this is my first post and I'll progressively make edits and corrections as you point them out in comments.