Friday, October 19, 2018

What Space Do You Need

Your spatial needs depend on the number of employees you have, what kind of workspace your employees need, whether you need conference rooms and other factors. Typically, assume that each employee will need 75 to 150 total square feet, with management-level employees needing 150 to 400 square feet, which accounts for dedicated work and office space per employee.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

High-Profile Business Address

Location continues to play an important role in how a business is viewed and its professional status. Whether you sign a traditional lease, buy property, or utilize temporary office space, a high-profile business address can take your company a step further beyond the competition.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Benefits of Foot Traffic

One of the biggest perks for these types of locations is that they do not need to rent out dedicated parking space for their customers. After all, most of their customers will come on foot. Moreover, the cost of parking space inside a city center can be quite high. Choosing a business location that attracts foot traffic rather than vehicular traffic can be beneficial for business, the environment, and the overall health of the community.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Your Own Boss

Starting your own business on the side is one of the most powerful ways to take control of your life and make extra money month after month. You can start with just a few hours a week, even if you have a job. And best of all, you get to choose your hours, pick projects you find exciting, and meet interesting people. And getting started isn’t hard. You don’t need a home office or a Starbucks. You just need the right office.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Office Design

The design of the office is key. No one wants to work in a dark, dingy office – you need an abundance of natural light. The natural light will improve the focus of the workforce as well as increasing efficiency. The should be motivating and positive; it should have a fresh design that creates increased productivity within the space to communicate. The design should be relatable to your industry space, lots of natural light and room to build exciting campaigns – also, if you spend much of your time engaged in deep creative thought then findings suggest yellow may stimulate creativity.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Don’t dive in without a plan

just like the business plan, it’s critical to think through any initiative you wish to launch. When you’re in the midst of startup fever, it’s easy to get wrapped up with every new idea. However, be careful about losing focus. Moving forward is critical for any startup, and constantly switching directions can impede this forward progress. With each new idea, step back and think how it fits into your company’s overall goal and vision, then create a plan for how to make it happen.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Cons Of Working At Home

Carving out space, Many people are able to dedicate a room to their home office. But for many, finding a spare bedroom can be a challenge. Meaning, a lot of “home offices” are just a corner of the living room where you set up your desk. For others, a home office is wherever they can find a space to sit with their laptop. Also Distractions. I’ve always thought that family members who also live in your home could be a big distraction until you become more effective at setting boundaries. But recently, hearing business owners talking about needy pets as well. You can tell a family member that you’re working…but it’s not quite so easy to have that same conversation with your dog. If your business requires your clients to come to you for some reason, then you won’t want to invite them home with you. This situation can become a bit challenging, so you’ll have to set up ways to manage these meetings…and Panera and Starbucks aren’t always the best answer.