Office and Meeting Space Provider, Galleria International has announced the addition of podcast and video studios to their list of workspace solutions.
Renting your first office space can be an exciting turning point for your business. But choosing just any office would be a mistake. You need to make sure that your office is one that will support your team and allow you to grow and thrive. Below are things to consider before renting your first office space.
There are not that many things that have contributed to the explosion of small and micro business as much as coworking spaces have. Being able to access all the infrastructure and amenities of a small office at a fraction of price has enabled many a solopreneur to take those first steps more comfortably and confidently.
A Virtual Business conducts all or most of its business via the internet and does not have physical premises to interact with customers face-to-face. A purely virtual company may outsource nearly all of their business functions such as product development, marketing, sales, shipping, etc. However, most virtual businesses retain some of these activities in-house and may still require a physical presence in the form of headquarters, warehouses, shipping and delivery hubs, etc.
Are you looking to establish a professional corporate image for your start-up?
Not sure how to accomplish this without breaking the bank?
The good news is you don’t have to lease or buy actual office space to give you that corporate feel with a business virtual office.
Food for thought: your floor plan can impact your company’s success. Even when things are going smoothly at the office, it’s worth looking at how a few small tweaks to your office set-up can affect the intangibles that impact your success: worker happiness, efficiency — even how prepared you are to face the future.