Coworking is booming. At this year’s Global Coworking Unconference Conference, Carsten Foertsch, the founder of Deskmag -- a whole magazine devoted to, yes, coworking -- predicted that by 2018, more than one million people will conduct business from a shared space. WeWork has dominated the market since launching in 2010, but the industry is quickly diversifying to cater to niche needs. Here are five alternatives.
If you put off until the last minute buying your office peers Holiday gifts, we came up with a short list just for you! These fun items are sure to be a hit at your office party, and actually super useful in for the New Year ahead.
6 Great Ways to Utilize Business District’s Meeting Rooms
Included in every package that Business District offers its members is access to our luxury Meeting Rooms. These spaces offer more than just a professional image and convenience: they can be utilized for other events you might not have considered.
In case you weren’t aware, everyone is on social networks these days. If your company has all the requisite social network pages, the next step is to post… and frequently. But, what, you may ask, should you post? Here are six tips to keep in mind as you become a SMM pro.
There’s a lot of terminology in the office sector that can leave you scratching your head. It all sounds very similar, after all. If you’re trying to find a specific solution for a specific need, the following definitions will help point you in the right direction:
If you’re a small business owner that feels your company’s growth has stagnated, the reason might possibly be that you work from home or coffee shops. Of course, the low overhead costs are great, but you may be missing out. These three reasons to get into a Flexible Office Space are definitely worth considering, and absolutely worth the investment.
It’s an exciting time! You’ve finally decided to make the move into a new serviced Office Space which helps your business project a professional image and allows you to focus on running your business rather than worrying about menial tasks. Before you can settle into your new location, however, there are a few things you need to take care of first. We’ve created a short checklist to help you transition seamlessly into your new office.
Research shows that social interaction with others can ward off depression and anxiety. Getting enough of it can be a challenge for entrepreneurs who work from home. That’s why many take their laptops to the local coffee shop or another WiFi-enabled location for a change of scenery, not to mention the possibility of potentially networking with those around you.
If you’re connecting with all of your clients the same way, you may want to rethink your strategy. This is just one way to enhance communication, and connection, with clients, prospects or peers.
If your clients also feel a connection to you (and actually like you), you’re building solid relationships that will enhance your bottom-line in the long-run.
Here are some tips on how to connect – with potential and current clients – in a more meaningful way>
Sophisticated entrepreneurs have an image to maintain, but it can be challenging if your home is your office. If leasing a dedicated space in a shared workplace environment is not on your priority list right now, you may be the ideal candidate for “virtual” office services.
With a company such as Business District, the shared workplace leader in downtown Boston, you can impress clients with an exclusive address for mail and web presence and a receptionist to answer your calls. You also can opt to rent meeting space for client meetings.
When it comes to business success, did you know the state of your environment can impact your productivity? From eliminating clutter to arranging furniture to allow for the best flow of energy, there are a number of ways you can clear your mind and enhance your workspace.
Here are a few ideas to get you started!
Motivated business owners are recognizing the advantages of a more professional work environment.
Whether you opt for a virtual office or shared workspace, moving your business out of your basement or living room and into a more professional location, free of distractions, will enhance your image and bring new energy to the daily grind.