The sharing economy has deeply impacted workplaces and how business owners and individuals choose to office. Coworking, Shared Office Space, and Flexible Office are terms used interchangeably to describe workspace that is service-led and flexible. These offices deliver everything a company or individual needs – office space, Wi-Fi, equipped conference rooms, furniture, coffee, community manager, copy/print/scan, etc. – in an …
The way we work is changing. Corporate desks and cubicles have been replaced with shared workspaces. Flexibility in work location is common. Offsite meetings, training sessions, client meetings and team gatherings from around the nation is typical. Corporate personnel, as well as entrepreneurs, small business owners, and solopreneurs, opt for easy-in/easy-out options that don’t require a long-term contract. Today, there …
The place you call “office”, your conference rooms and the meeting space you choose for your clients and teammates may say something about you.
The computer you use. The car you drive. The meeting space and workspace you choose. The phone you use . . . they all send a message – to varying degrees – about your self-identity and what’s important to you.
It’s the same with your choice of meeting space. When you choose to meet clients at your home instead of a professional conference room, your identity and your professional brand is factored into that decision.
Are you the type of person who likes to stand out from the crowd? If so, the place you choose to meet your clients and coworkers will reflect that.
Are you the type of person who is passionate about inspiring and helping others? If so, you’ll choose a place that reflects that.
Are you a respected expert or industry leader? If so, you’ll work in a place that reflects your tenure and success.
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