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.