June 20, 2019 | Coworking, Shared Office Space
So, you’re looking to move into your own office or coworking space. Congrats! However, choosing a place for your business to call home takes some consideration. You’ll want to confirm that you’ll be moving into a space that fits your business and your needs.
Before you sign on the dotted line, figure out exactly what you need from your new office space, and take a tour to confirm that the space is the right fit for you.
Here’s what to think about when touring a shared office or coworking space.Read More
June 12, 2019 | Coworking, Dedicated Desks, Private Offices, Shared Office Space, Virtual Offices
Hold the phone, that’s money calling!
We all know that first impressions matter for every business. Simply put, if you make a poor first impression, you don’t get a do-over. That impression is for life and may drive new customers right into the arms of your competition.
What makes an impression better than excellent customer service? Part of excellent customer service is ensuring that when customers and potential clients call, someone answers the phone. If no one answers, people assume you’re just “not that into them” and the business they are looking to provide. So, they move on to another business.
June 3, 2019 | Coworking, Shared Office Space
If you haven’t heard, coworking office spaces are 100% a thing now. And not just a walking around barefoot, playing ping pong in your dorm type thing. Coworking is on the rise and is predicted to hit over 30,000 offices by 2022. This means more locations, more styles, amenities, and companies working to provide business owners like yourself the best.
Why is it so hot right now?
May 30, 2019 | Coworking, Shared Office Space, Virtual Offices
These days, choosing office space no longer means renting that empty brick building on the street corner downtown. There are more flexible options now, like virtual offices and coworking. Although both of these are very different from a traditional office, they are also very different from each other.
They are often thought of as the same thing when they most definitely are not. They appeal to two different audiences, two different types of business owners. So, how do you know which is right for you and your business? Keep reading, my friend!Read More