Now that working from home is a common occurrence, one of the most frequent questions which arise is where should I meet my clients?
Millennials are quite literally the future. As they continue to innovate and bring creativity to markets that may have been lacking before, bringing them into your business is essential for continued growth and success. Gen Y employees have grown up in a different world than Gen X employees, and therefore have different workplace expectations and goals.
Sanda Grozdanic started with Servcorp as Center Manager, 1717 Pennsylvania Avenue over five years ago. Overseeing operation and sales, we sit down with Sanda to see how business is evolving and leading through the next normal.
Negative reviews are a fact of online retail and your response, or lack thereof, will not go unnoticed. Rather than viewing negative reviews as a threat, you should instead look at them as an opportunity.
Social media can be the single best or the only worst thing to happen to your business. If you can create a voice and a brand over social media, you'll be able to reach and communicate with a worldwide audience.
One of the biggest costs of running a law firm is getting an office space. Although operating from home provides a factor of convenience it also presents the challenge of not knowing how clients will perceive your firm.
Many small business owners and entrepreneurs are looking for ways to keep their overhead down, while maintaining productivity and financial growth. One way to keep costs down is to use a virtual office, which provide businesses with the opportunity to work remotely, while still enabling them to meet clients in a professional setting.
If you're considering utilizing the services of a virtual office, you're likely feeling a bit overwhelmed. Where do you start? Should you choose a virtual office solution that's close to home or convenient for your clients? What makes one virtual office provider better than another? If you'd like to promote a professional image and work more productively while saving time and money, these are just a few of the questions you should ask before deciding upon a virtual office provider.
Each year, hundreds of startups fail. Although a small percentage, there are also those that make it big and become household names. A large number of startups end up somewhere in the middle. When you are looking for new investors, partners, or clients, having credibility is key. You want people to be able to trust you. Otherwise, they will not take you seriously.
Whether you work from home, run a small business, or simply need temporary office space in a new location, virtual office services can provide the perfect solution. The main purpose of a virtual office is to provide a professional address where virtual office clients can register their business, accept incoming mail and phone calls, and conduct business meetings.