Category: Private Offices

The Benefits of a Move-In Ready Workspace in Washington DC

Move-in-Ready

January 14, 2020 | Coworking, Private Offices, Shared Office Space, Washington DC

Moving offices can be expensive and time-consuming. By choosing a move-in ready workspace in downtown DC, companies and organizations can minimize the time, hassle, and expense associated with moving to a new address.

What exactly is a move-in ready workspace? It’s exactly what it sounds like: a fully-furnished, professional, turnkey workspace with all essential amenities and infrastructure in place and ready to go. All you need to do is bring your team.

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The Heart of Government Contract Working in DC: The Ronald Reagan Building

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December 19, 2019 | Coworking, Private Offices, Shared Office Space, Washington DC

If you live in the DC area, you probably already know plenty about the Ronald Reagan Federal Building and International Trade Center. If you don’t, allow us to give you a brief rundown on this unique downtown Washington location and why you want to office there. Spoiler alert: this building is exceptionally ideal if you work in the federal government contracting sector.

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The Top Benefits of Private Office Suites for Your Team

Team-Rooms

December 5, 2019 | Private Offices, Shared Office Space

Collaboration. Creativity. Motivation. Flexibility. Growth.

These are the qualities any entrepreneur, start-up, or large company wants for their business. And these are the qualities a well-developed coworking space is known to inspire.

When people think of coworking, it’s sometimes only thought of as being for individuals and entrepreneurs. However, coworking spaces are prime spaces to develop team rooms in which your team can thrive no matter the size of your business.

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Branding Your Private Office Suite

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July 8, 2019 | Private Offices, Shared Office Space

Congratulations, you’ve bitten the bullet and invested in your own private office. One of the glories of having your own office space is that you can make it your own. When someone enters your space, they should be able to tell exactly who they are doing business with.

We know its no easy feat in a location surrounded by other fellow entrepreneurs. When you’re renting a private office, you can’t exactly go for a major renovation, but there are plenty of ways to brand your space.

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Private Office or Dedicated Desk? What’s the Difference?

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June 26, 2019 | Dedicated Desks, Private Offices, Shared Office Space

Entrepreneurship, freelancing, and remote work has been on the rise for years now. And with it, the trend of coworking has grown and become an entrepreneurial beast all its own, with various coworking locations opening up all over the world, catering to people who want the camaraderie of an office, without the commitment of an office.

With the increase in popularity, there are now multiple options of what kind of coworking space or office you want to rent. It’s no longer only about sharing a desk with people you don’t know. Coworking has gone mainstream and gotten an upgrade.

Keep reading for a brief breakdown of the differences between a private office and a dedicated desk. They are two of the most popular coworking options currently available and while they have some similarities, they are targeted at different folks, with different strokes.

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A Phone Answering Service Equals Money in Your Pocket

Phone-Answering-Service

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.

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